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DAVID THOMAS, D.D.,
VOL. VII., EXCELSIOR SERIES,
VOLUME L. FROM COMMENCEMENT.
THE LETTER KILLETII, BUT THE SPIRIT GIVETH LIFE,' --'aul.
STATIONER’S HALL COUKO
C. HIGHAM, FARRING DON XTRANET.
This Volume being the FIFTIETH from commencement, and the last under the direction of the present Editor, does not require the reprint of the original introduction attached to the previous volumes. All the articles are as unfinished, unpolemical, and undenominational, as the previous ones. The last Leading Homily in this volume may interest the many thousands of clergymen and ministers in every part of Christendom, who have been its adherents and students from the beginning, inasmuch as it sketches the genesis, growth, and influence of “ THE HOMILIST.” With hearty thanks to all who have encouraged him from the beginning, and wishing them all good here and yonder, now and for ever, hoping to meet in higher worlds, the Editor subscribes himself, most affectionately their friend,
Erewyn, Upper Tulse Hill, London,