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Preach'd before the
H O NO URABLE SociETY
By THOMAS MANGET, LL. D.
Tublistfd by the special Order of the Bench.
The Third Edition. OJ; (Jji
Printed for William and John Innys at
the West End of St. Paul's Church -Yard. 1711.
Masters of the Bench
Being Preach'd before them,
Are Humbly DEDICATED,
HEsubjeB os the following discourses requires very little apology; one reason that induced me to the choice of it was, that the Lords Prayer being of frequent use becomes through inadvertency too much a matter of course; so that it is too often said without fruit, because without seriousness and attention. I therefore hop'd it would be of some service to Religion to remind men, both os that hope which they profess, and that obedience which they promise, as often as they use this Prayer. But I had likewise another reason for treating upon this subjecl ,. because it gave me a sit opportunity of discoursing upon some forgotten principles of Christianity, which are so far from