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14, HENRIETTA STREET, COVENT GARDEN, LONDON;
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THOSE readers who were also hearers of the following Course of Lectures will observe that it has been increased by the addition of the first discourse, which was preached earlier in the year. The purpose of that sermon seemed to fall in with the general aims of the succeeding course so well that it was difficult to resist the temptation to include it, though it is to be feared that here and there the similarity amounts to repetition. The compression and occasional mutilation caused by limits of time has been in some places repaired by expansion; but the comparative freedom-perhaps roughness of oral delivery is preserved.