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final plaudit, WELL DONE THOU GOOD AND FAITHFUL SERVANT, ENTER THOU INTO THE JOY OF THY LORD.
It is for the general advantage of mankind that Your Majesty's consummation of glory and bliss be deferred for many years. The world has not yet so far availed itself of the illustrious example of every social, every christian virtue held forth in Your Majesty's conduct, as to bear the loss of You without inexpressible forrow.
That Your Majesty, therefore, may long live the beloved of our most gracious Sovereign, and to extreme age continue the theme of every liberal tongue; that your
princely Offspring, treading in the steps of their Royal Parents, may proceed the guardians and protectors of British Liberties and Laws till this great globe shall be dissolved, must be the frequent and fervent prayer of every faithful subject, especially of,
'I JOHN i. 4.
SER M O N II.
ROM A NS i 20.
being understood by the Things that are made, even his eternal Power and
PSA L M xiv. I.
- SE R M O N IV.
ACT S xxiii. 8.
GENESIS ii. 7.
Nostrils the Breath of Life; and Man became a living Soul. p.95
2 PETER i. 21.
A MOS viii. 11.
Behold the Days come, faith the Lord God, that I will send a Famnine in the
Land, not a Fainine of Bread, nor a Thirst for Water, but of hearing the
Words of the Lord
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A Paraphrase on the History or Book of Job, with Miscellaneous Remarks,
and Similar Passages from various Authors, particularly the English
1 The Author's Head.
with an emblematical Device, representing Genius and Virtue
supporting a Medalion of the Queen. To face the Dedication. 4 An Emblematical Representation of Reason and Revelation Page 5 The Creation of the World
6 The Death of Dr. Donne, Dean of St. Paul's
7 Milton when blind, dietating Paradise Lost to his Daughter
8 A Savage Enthufiaft exploring another World
187 15 A View of Kew Chapel fince its Enlargement