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Sunday Afternoon Lectures:
PREACHED IN THE
DISTRICT CHURCH OF ST. MARK, PENTONVILLE;
REV. JOSEPH JOWETT, M.A.
RECTOR OF SILK WILLOUGHBY,
AND SOLD BY
L. AND G. SEELEY, 169, FLEET STREET.
A BRIEF statement of the circumstances in which this Volume originated, may prove not unacceptable to the Reader.
In the year 1836, the Author was requested to undertake the Sunday Afternoon Lectureship of St. Mark's, Pentonville, in the district where he resides; and, finding this office to be compatible with his other engagements, he did not hesitate to accept the appointment. He did this with the more readiness, having been for several years precluded, by family sickness, from occupying his proper sphere as a Village Pastor.- For the kindness which he has experienced during the discharge of this duty, the Congregation are entreated to accept his sincere thanks. - After a time, it was understood to be the wish of some of his hearers, that a selection of these discourses