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Laid down

In a Plain and Familiar Way for the
Use of All, but especially the
Meanest Reader.

Divided into XVII Chapters.

One whereof being read every Lord's Day,
the Whole may be Read over Thrice in
the Year.

Necejfary for «//families.


Private Devotions for several Occasions.


Printed for John Eyre, and Sold by W. and J.
Mount, and T. Page, and the Booksellers of
London and Westminster. 1749.

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YO U needed not any Intercession to recommend this Task to me, which brought its Invitations and Reward with it. I very willingly read over all the Sheets, both of the Discourse and the D.volions annexed, and find great Cause to bless God for both, not discerning what is wanting in any part of either, to render it, with God's Blessing, most fufficir ent and proper to that great End designed, the spiritual Supplies and Advantages of all those that shall be exercised therein. The subject Matter of it is indeed what the Title undertakes, The Whole Duty of Man, set down in all the Branches, with those Advantages of Brevity and Partitions, to invite, and support, and engage the Reader, thai Condescension to the meanest Capacities, but withal, that Weight of spiritual Arguments, wherein the best Proficient will be glad to be assisted, that it seems to me equally fitted for both Sorts of Readers, which shall bring wich them a sincere Desire ot their own, either present or future Advantage A 2 The

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