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The following Volumes contain all the separate Sermons and Tracts published by the Author. They do not include any of the Discourses composing the Volume first printed in the year 1817, and of which a Fourth Edition has just appeared: the present publication merely consists of single Sermons and Tracts separately edited before, and now first collected into Volumes, and uniformly printed.
They are arranged in classes or series, according to the subject of each Sermon and
For the facility of reference, two tables are given, in addition to the Contents usually pre
sented. The first Table exhibits the Sermons and Tracts according to the classes in which they are to be found in the two Volumes: the second Table the same Sermons and Tracts arranged according to the order of time when each of them first appeared.
Islington, Nov. 1, 1824.
GENERAL ARRANGEMENT of the Contents of the TWO VOLUMES, in the Order in which they now appear, and disposed in CLASSES, according to the subject of each Sermon and Tract.
SERMONS PREACHED BEFORE THE UNIVERSITY OF oxford.
I. Obedience the Path to religious Knowledge. January 28, 1810. Sixth Edition. Vol. I. II. The Doctrine of Regeneration practically considered. Feb. 24, 1817. Fifth Edition
SERMONS PREACHED BEFORE RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES.
I. Sermon delivered before the Church Missionary
1814. Second Edition
Vol. I. 93
II. Sermon delivered at the Eighth Anniversary of the Society for promoting Christianity among the Jews, May 3, 1816. Second Edition
III. Sermon delivered at the Seventeenth Anniver
sary of the Church Missionary Society
IV. Sermon delivered at the Seventh Anniversary of the Prayer-Book and Homily Society, May 6, 1819. Second Edition
I. Two Sermons, delivered on Occasion of the Death of the Rev. R. Cecil, M. A. Aug. 26, and Sept. 2, 1810. Second Edition
Vol. I. 291
II. Extracts from a Sermon on the Death of Mrs.
III. Sermon on the Death of William Cardale, Esq.
IV. Sermon on the Death of the Rev. William
V. Two Sermons on the Death of the Rev. Thomas
I. Sermon on Contentment, March 9 and 16,