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Now publishing, on alternate Months, THE SACRED CLASSICS, OR LIBRARY OF DIVINITY, WITH INTRODUCTORY ESSAYS TO EACH AUTHOR.
Edited by the REV. R. CATTERMOLE, B.D.; AND THE REV. H. STEBBING, M. A.
Assisted by Dr. SOUTHEY, Dr. CROLY, Dr. PYE SMITH, and others. The following valuable Works have appeared, and may be had together or separately,
With Portraits and Illustrations, Price 4s. 6d. Morocco cloth, lettered : Jeremy Taylor's Liberty of Prophesying. Leighton's Exposition of the Creed, Prayer, Cave's Lives of the Apostles, 2 Vols.
and Ten Commandments. Bates's Spiritual Perfection.
Sermons for Lent, Easter, and WhitsunBishop Hall's most admired Treatises.
tide, 3 Vols. Baxter's Dying Thoughts.
Boyle's Veneration due to God, &c. Jeremy Taylor's Select Sermons.
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Sacred Poetry of the Seventeenth Century. Beveridge's Private Thoughts, and the Taylor's Life of Christ, 3 Vols. 58. each
Advantage of Communion, 2 Vols. Locke on the Reasonableness of ChristiCave's Primitive Christianity, &c. 2 Vols. anity, &c. &c. VOL. XXVI.-SACRED POETRY of the SEVENTEENTH CENTURY, (Vol. II.,)
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