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I. The Doctrine of the Trinity, stated and
II. The Doctrine of the Resurrection, fated
III. The Doctrine of Justification, stated
IV. The Doctrines of God's Everlasting
V, The Doctrine of the Saints Final Perse-
VI. The Doctrine of Predestination stated,
VII. The Prophecies of the Old Testa-
VIII. A Differtation concerning the An.
IX. Two Annual Discourses on the Duty
X. An Essay on the Original of Funeral
XI. A Brief Confession of Faith and Prac.
Published at the Request of the SUBSCRIBERS to the
Two former Volumes.
L O N D 0 N :
M DCC LXXVIII.
A D V ER TI SE M E N T.
HE Volume now published, is in pursuance of the request of
many of the Subscribers to the two former Volumes. Not' withstanding that almost all the pieces contained in it may be had separately in Octavo, yet it was thought convenient to have them collected into a Volume of the same size, that they might have the Doctor's whole Works fit to bind uniform : and there being but a very small impression of this Volume cast off, to oblige the Purchasers of the former Volumes, they are requested to compleat their Setts as soon as possible, left they be disappointed. There are now printed in Quarto, new and elegant Editions of Dr Gill's Exposition of the Canticles, in 122 Sermons.
Cause of God and Truth, against Dr Whitby and others.
Exposition of the Old Testament, vol. I. and II. containing the Pentateuch, or Five Books of Moses. As the Editor has been at a very considerable expence in publishing these New Editions, to accommodate the Public, (by which means the Purchasers will have the Works at about half the price which otherwise they must have paid for them in a little time) he. humbly hopes that, by the generous patronage of the friends of Evangelical Truth, he shall have encouragement to compleat the remainder of the Old Testament, containing the Historical, Poetical, and Prophe jcal Books ; he undertakes it with no lucrative views, but only wishes, by their kind assistance, to be enabled to compleat the Author's Works in this fize.
Nov. 10, 1778.