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By LEWIS ATTERBURY, LL. D.
One of the Preaching CHAPLAINS

To their Late MAJESTIES
Queen ANNE and King GEORGE I.

In TWO VOLUM E S.

Now first Published from the ORIGINALS ;

With a BRIEF ACCOUNT ,

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By EDWARD YARDLEY, B. D,

Archdeacon of Cardigan.

VOL. I.

LONDON:
Printed for Thomas OSBORNE, in Gray's-Inn.

M.DCC.XLIII.

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HILST I comply with the Request of the Bookseller, in saying something

of the late Rev. Dr. Lewis Atterbury, whose SERMONS are here presented to the World: I must request the Reader not to expect a compleat Life of him, but only a fhort Relation of such Particulars, as a personal Conversation with him for several Years, and the Papers I have by me, have furnished me with.

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The Family of Atterbury hath fourished for many Years in Northamptonshire : The Grandfather of our Author was one of the many Children of Lewis Atterbury, of Great-Houghton, in the said County.

This Person, whose Name was Francis, was a Reverend Clergyman, Rector of Middleton-Malfor, in his native County ; he was an eloquent, judicious, and ufeful Preacher, as appears by what I have feen of his Writings, and left behind him the Character of a worthy and good Man,

leen of his to as appear dicious, angunty :

His Son, Lewis Atterbury, was educated at Christ's-Church, in Oxford, * became A. B. 23 Feb. 1649, and was i March 1651, + admitted or created A. M. by Virtue of a Dispensation from the Chancellor of that University. He was admitted in the Year 1654, Rector of Great or Broad-Riħngton, in the Diocese and County of Gloucester, and, after the Restoration, took a Presentation for that Be. nefice under the Great-Seal, and, was instituted again to confirm his Title to it I.

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* Gen. Diction. + Athen. Oxon. Vol. II. p.777. 1 Original Initruments in my Custody.

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