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ITS NATURE AND BENEFITS,
A NOTICE OF SOME COMMON OBJECTIONS
TO RECEIVING IT.
RECTOR OF HAMBLEDEN, BUCKS, AND LATE STUDENT OF
London: J. & C. MOZLEY, 6, PATERNOSTER ROW;
SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, AND CO. ; WHITTAKER AND CO.; AND HAMILTON, ADAMS, AND CO.
A plain statement of the nature of the Holy Com-
A notice of some of the reasons which hinder
many persons from coming to the Lord's Table
Directions for devout behaviour in Church before
and after receiving the Bread and Wine
Questions for Self-examination
THE HOLY COMMUNION.
A plain statement of its nature and benefits :
with a notice of some of the most common objections to receiving.
THE object of this little book is to explain what God has taught us about the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. It is not so much intended for educated persons, who can read larger and better treatises on the same subject, as for simple and unlearned ones; only let all remember that this book is not intended to amuse those who read it, but to instruct them and do them good. I hope, then, that any person who takes it up will, before