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IN the Preface to Dr. WAtts's sermons in Octavo, the reader will find the following character of this work. “Since I first published these discourses, “ the world has been furnished with a more compleat “ account of most of these subjects, in that excellent ‘treatise called the ChristiAN TEMPER, which my “worthy friend Dr. EVANS hath sent abroad, and “ which is, perhaps, the most compleat summary of “ those duties which make up the Christian life, that “ hath been published in our age.
Dr. John Evans's Christian Temper contains a course of excellent Sermons on that subject.— “His Style is grave, plain, manly, and nervous–His Heads always distinct and well arranged; the Scriptures well and properly collected.” Wide Dr. Williams's Preacher,
A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE LIFE OF THE
BY JOHN ERSKINE, D. D.
on E OF THE MINISTERS OF EDINBURGH,
PRINTED FOR RICHARD BAYNES,
28, PATERNoster Row.
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