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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 confummation of glory and blifs be deferred for many years. The world has not yet fo far availed itself of the illustrious example of every social, every christian virtue held forth in Your Majefty's conduct, as to bear the lofs of You without inexpreffible forrow.
THAT Your Majesty, therefore, may long live the beloved of our most gracious Sovereign, and to extreme age continue the that your
theme of every liberal tongue
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 diffolved, must be the frequent and fervent prayer of every faithful fubject, especially of,
The Author's Apology, an Introductory Difcourfe.
These Things write we unto you, that your Joy may be full.
That there is a Supreme Being.
The invifible Things of Him, from the Creation of the World, are clearly feen;
being understood by the Things that are made, even his eternal Power and
The Fool hath faid in his Heart, there is no God: they are corrupt, they have
done abominable Works; there is none that doeth good.
A future State demonftrated, from the Nature of the Soul.
The Sadducees fay, that there is no Resurrection, neither Angel nor Spirit. p. 51
A future State demonftrated, from the concurrent Confent of Mankind.
And the Lord God formed Man of the Duft of the Ground, and breathed into his
The Authenticity of the Sacred Scriptures demonftrated, from their
The Authenticity of the Sacred Scriptures demonftrated, from Prophecy.
We have also a more fure Word of Prophecy; whereunto ye do well that ye
take Heed, as unto a Light that shineth in a dark Place, until the Day dawn,
The Authenticity of the Chriftian Religion demonstrated, from the Man-
I fpake openly to the World; I ever taught in the Synagogue, and in the Temple
whither the Jews always refort; and in Secret have I faid nothing. p. 149
A Summary of the Life and Character of John Colet, D. D. Dean of St.
Paul's, in the Reigns of K. Hen. VII. and Hen. VIII. and Founder of
Of the Spiritual Famine, a Sermon preached at Kew, Sunday, Aug. 12, 1770.
Behold the Days come, faith the Lord God, that I will fend a Famine in the
Land, not a Famine of Bread, nor a Thirst for Water, but of hearing the
A Paraphrafe on the Hiftory or Book of Job, with Miscellaneous Remarks,
and Similar Paffages from various Authors, particularly the English
A LIST OF THE PLATE S.
I The Author's Head.
2 An Engraved Title Page.
3 A Perspective View of the Queen's Palace in St. James's Park, with an emblematical Device, reprefenting Genius and Virtue fupporting 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, dictating Paradise Loft to his Daughter
8 A Savage Enthufiaft exploring another World
The Refurrection of Lazarus
10 The Prophet at the Altar of Bethel
11 The Death of King Herod
12 A Sepulchral Monument, by Hollar
13 A Portrait of Dean Colet
14 The Plan and Elevation of the original Chapel at Kew, engraved by Nutting, 1714
15 A View of Kew Chapel fince its Enlargement