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4 Vols. in 2.
Eight Discourses on the Beatitudes. Reflections upon an Essay concerning
Human Industanding. l Ton Practical Discourses upon seorral
"Of all the discourses of Norris, those upon the Beatitudes are the most delighoul and practical. The style is Squisitely clear and unaffected; the exposition is for the most part, quo and well supported; and the doctrine is mild, carnest, and seriptural." Wilmott. Pétures of Christian leje.
VOLUME the First.
The Second VOLUME,
LU || A:Discourse concerning World-Concerning Heavenly - Mind-
| ly and Divine Wisdom. edness.
Unrighteous Judgment. vidence.
1 l vetousness.
Praise and Thanksgiving. of God, and of the Divine
Life considered from the Concerning doing God's Will
Written by JOHN NORRIS, M. A. Rector
of Bemerton near Sarum.
The Fifth Edition.
Exchange in Cornhil, 1707.