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THE FOLLOWING ARE PUBLISHED BY

GEORGE KING, ST. NICHOLAS STREET, ABERDEEN ;

AND

ROBERT KING, PETERHEAD;

And may be had, by Order, of any Bookseller in the United Kingdom.

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Watts’ Prayers for the You in per dozen

£0 0 6 Letter to the Children of the Poor, each

0 1 Counsels for the Young, with Hymns

0 2 Gospel Catechism, by Ralph Erskine, with Proofs Compendiurn of the Holy Scriptures, for the Young,

with Hymns, by Alexander Cruden, Author of the Concordance

0 Hymns for the New Year, first series

0 2 Do. 2d series

2 Baxter's Fifty Reasons why a Sinner ought to turn to God without delay

0 0 3 Triumph in Death, or a Memorial of Helen Mackenzie, Aberdeen

0 0 4 Biographical Dictionary of the Holy Scriptures

0 4 Negro Servant

0 4 Notice of the Emperor Alexander of Russia, translated

by Dr. Henderson Young Cottager Dairyman's Daughter Malan's Eldest Son Hymns, a selection of, for Schools, by Rev. A. Kennedy, Keith

0 0 6 Simpson's Funeral Sermon, on the Death of the late

Rev. William Leith, with an Appendix, on the
Character of the late Rev. William Lyon

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Shepherd of Salisbury Plain
Discourses to Christian Parents, by Rev. John Hill,“
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Serious Addresses to Unprofitable Hearers, by the same

Author
Abbott's Mother at Home

Path of Peace

Way to do Good, complete edition,
Bunyan's Jerusalem Sinner Saved
Fox's Time and End of Time
Hawes' Lectures to Young Men
Early Piety, by Penman
Life of the Rev. W. Brown of Inverury, by do.
Pearce on Death, with a Recommendatory Preface by

Rev. A. Thomson, Aberdeen
Fleming's Rise and Fall of the Papacy
Macleod's Ecclesiastical Catechism
Catechist's Poetical Manual, or Hymns on the Ques-

tions of the Shorter Catechism, by the Rev. R. Cook,

Clatt
Memorials of the Poor
Memoirs of Elizabeth West, cloth

of Marion Laird of Greenock
Fragrance from Faded Flowers, or Memoirs of the Fa-

mily of Shirreffs, Auchmedden, Aberdeenshire; Ro-
bert May, Inveralochy, near Fraserburgh ; and Jessie

Torrance, Glasgow
The Anxious Enquirer, by W. Charleton Henry of

America
Grant's Beauties of Poetry, embossed and gilt
Shepherd's Parable of the Ten Virgins Opened and

Applied
Cuthbert's Christian's Prospect, just published

Sermon on Infant Salvation
Paterson's Church History, 2 vols. Vol. 1. Scripture

History; Vol. 2. History of the Church, from the
Christian era to the commencement of the 19th
century
*** Any of the Vols. may

be had separate. Newton's, John (of London) whole Works, including

Letters to a Wife, and Olney Hymns, 4 vols. Svo. Steuart's Letters on the Divinity of Christ, and on the

Trinity, with Essay by the Rev. A. L. Gordon, Grey. friars

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PRACTICAL DIVINITY,

IN A SERIES OF SERMONS

ON THE

SHORTER CATECHISM

COMPOSED BY THE REVEREND

ASSEMBLY OF DIVINES AT WESTMINSTER.

BY THOMAS WATSON,

FORMERLY MINISTER AT ST. STEPHEN'S, WALBROOK, LONDON.

Without Abridgement.

He being dead, yet speaketh,-HEB. xi. 4.

ABERDEEN:

GEORGE KING, 28, ST. NICHOLAS STREET ;

ROBERT KING, BROAD STREET, PETERHEAD.

MDCCCXXXVIII.

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TO THE READER.

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THESE Catechetical Lectures of the late Reverend Mr. THOMAS WATSON—all but one written with his own handI have read over ; and, since my testimony is desired concerning them, I do hereby declare, that—though I will not undertake to justify every expression or sentence in them, or in any human writing-I find them, in the main, agreeable to the doctrinal articles of this church, and unto the Westminster Assembly's Confession of Faith and Catechisms; and I believe that, through the blessing of God, they may be pr-fitable unto the edification of all that read them with

jest desire to know and do the will of God; for certainly there are many excellent things in them, which, if they meet with a well-disposed serious mind, are very apt to have a good effect upon it; and if it prove otherwise with any that happen to read this book, it will be their own fault more than the book's. Most writers have different styles : and it is well-known that Mr. Watson had one peculiar to himself, which yet hath found good acceptance with, and has been useful unto serious people; and I hope this—by reaso, of the great variety of excellent matter-may be more generally useful than any other thing he ever wrote. I lit e doubt but every sober Christian will be of this mind, after he has read his Lectures on God's attributes, the Ten Commandments, Lord's Prayer, &c. I sincerely profess, I have no other end in giving this testimony of this book, but thereby to serve the common good of Christ's Church, and not the private interest of any person or party in the world ; if my conscience did not bear me witness that this book may be useful to that excellent end, no man should ever have prevailed with me thus to prefix my

testi.

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