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BOOK S printed for J. and H. Pemberton.
I. T Wenty-seven Sermons, viz. Four upon the Parables,
I and Eight upon the Miracles of our Saviour; Nine upon Ecclefiaftes, and Six upon occasional Subjects. All preach'd at the Cathedral Church of Winchester. By Abra. bam Markland; D. D. late Prebendary of the said Church, and Master of St. Cross. 2 Vols. Price 7s.
II. Twenty Sermons preach'd on several Occasions to a Society of British Merchants in foreign Parts. By Bafil Kennet, D. D. late President of Corpus Cbrifi College in Oxon. The second Edition corrected. Price 4 s. 6 d.
III. The Pious Country Parishioner: Being Directions how a Christian may manage every Day through the whole Course of his Life, with Safety and Success. Advice how to spend religiously the Sabbath-day, what Books of the HoJy Scriptures ought to be read firit, and how much they outdo in Eloquence all the Rules of human Art: The whole Method of Education: The ill Consequence of uninstructed Children: How to tame their Passions, and make them a Comfort to their Friends, and an Ornament to their Country.
The Fafts and Feafts. To which are added, Collects for the molt important Virtues which adorn the Soul. Also a Discourse concerning the indispensible, tho' in Country Parishes much neglected, Duty of frequenting the Blessed Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. Wherein the Nature of it is described, the Obligation of frequenting it enforced. All the Ex. cuses usually brought for the Neglect of it answer'd. The uninstructed Soul taught what he must do, in order to be a worthy Communicant. And because all must die, Rules are given to set the Soul right in Sickness to prepare for a happy Change at Death. So that in this one Treatise are contained all the Duties requisite to Salvation. The ninth Edition, Price i s. 6 d. or 15 s. per Dozen to those that give them away.
IV. The Lord Bishop of Oxford's Sermon before the Lord Mayor on Eafter-Monday, 1738.
V. His Lordship’s Sermon before the House of Lords, May 29. 1739.
VI. His Lordship's Charge to the Clergy in his Diocese in 1738.