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WILLIAM MASON, M. A.
SERMONS ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS. ESSAY ON THE MEANING OF THE WORD ANGEL, AS USED BY ST. PAUL, EXAMINATION OF THE PROPHECY IN THE 24th CHAPTER OF ST. MATTHEW,
OF THE FOURTH VOLUME.
On the Use of the World, as permitted by Revelation.
Preached at Kensington, before the late King, Sept. 5, 1757.
On the Self-satisfaction which results from the practice of
Preached at Kensington, before the late King, Oct. 19, 1760.
On the Connection between Religion and Liberty.
Preached before his present Majesty, at St. James's Chapel, Sept.
Infidelity and Enthusiasm, equally averse from Rational Enquiry.
Preached before his present Majesty at St. James's Chapel, Sept.
Preached before his Majesty's Household, at St. James's Chapel,
Preached as a Lent Sermon in St James's Chapel, March 16, 1768;
On the Christian Duty of Glorifying God, in sequel to the for-
Ye are bought with a price, therefore glorify God in your
body, and in your spirit, which are God's.
On the Progressive Assistance of the Holy Spirit.
Preached at St James's before his Majesty's Household, Lent,
Now the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believ-
ing, that you may abound in hope through the power of
Preached before the late King at Kensington, Oct. 28, 1759, and at
St. James's Chapel, before his present Majesty, March 1, 1767.
Do I now persuade men, or God? or do I seek to please
men? for if I yet pleased men, I should not be the servant
God, the universal and equal Father of all Mankind.
Preached in York Cathedral, 27 January, 1788. On the African