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Mr. Roger Staples.
Mrs. Townley. Mr. Peter Staples.
Miss Townley. Mr. Spencer.
Captain Tribe. Mrs. Sweeting
Mark Cephas Tutet, Efq; Mrs. Seaman.
William Tyler, Esq; Mrs. Seton.
Mr. James Trail, Mr. Saunders.
James Townsend, Esq; Mr. Schoen.
Robert Thornton, Esq; Mr. Straker.
Mr. John Thornton, Mr. Seward.
Mr. Thomas Tims. Mr. George Shergold.
Mr. Townsend. Mr. Smith.
Mr. Tull. Captain Strachan.
Mrs. Till. Mr. Strachan.
Mr. Henry Tamond. Mr. Thomas Sawtell.
Mr. Thomas Townsend, Mr. Stanhope. Mr. Henry Stacy: Ms. William Seed.
William Vanderstegen, Esq; Miss Shelbery.
The Right Hon. Lord WilMr. William Smith.
loughby of Parham.
The Right Rev. the Lord BiT.
shop of Winchester. Rev. Dr. Taylor, Residentiary Rev. Dr. Willon, Prebendary of St. Paul's.
of Westminster. Rev. Dr. Thomas, Rector of Rev. Dr. Webster, of EdinSt. Peter's Cornhill.
burgh, Rev. Dr. Trail, Rector of St. Rev. Dr. Wingfield, Rector of
John's, Horsleydown. Henton-Ampner, Hants. Rev. Mr. Townley, Rector ev. Dr. Weales, Fellow of
of St. Bennet, Gracechurch. St. John's, Oxon. Rev. Mr. E. Thackeray, Fel- Rev. Mr. Willis, Rector of low of King's College,
St. Christopher's. Cambridge.
Rev. Dr. Wickes, Lecturer Rev. Mr. Luke Thompson, of of St. Alban's, Wood-street. York.
Rev. Mr. Wheeler, Fellow ' Rev. Mr. Taswell, Minor of Magdalen College, Oxon. Canon of St. Paul's.
Rev. Mr. Richard Walker, Richard Tyson, M. D. Fellow of MagdalenCollege, Noah Thomas, M. D.
Oxon. Lady Trelawney.
Rev. Mr. Warneford, Lectu- Mr. Wrigglesworth,
rer of Allhallows Bread- Mrs. Wrigglesworth.
Mr. Warren. Rev. Mr. Wight, of the Cha- Mrs. Wheeler. pel. Royal.
Mr. William Wilson.
St. Stephen, Coleman-ftreet. Mrs. Mary White.
Mafter of Chriít's-Hofpital. Rev. Mr. Withers.
His Grace, the Lord Archbi. Charlton Wollaston, M. D. shop of York. Richard Warren, M. D, Robert Young, Esqi William Watson, M. D. Mr. Young James West, Esq;
Mr. Yule. Mr. Wheeler.
CONTENT S. SER M O N I.
JOHN WI. 2. No man can do these miracles that thou doest, except God be with him.
SE R M O N II.
PSALM XXXIX. 5. Bebold, thou hast made my days as an hand
breadth, and mine age is as nothing before thee : verily every man at his best flate is altogether vanity.
PSALM XC. 2.
ever thou hadst formed the earth and the world ; even from everlasting to everlasting thou art God.
P. 41 SERS E R M O N IV.
The Translation of ENOCH.
SE R M ON. VII.
do not ī fi beaven and earth ? faith the Lord.
SE R M ON VIII.
ACTS XVI. 31. Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou
Malt be saved, and thy house. P: 135
The Conversation that becometh the
PHILIPPIANS I. 27. Only let your conversation be as becometh the
gospel of Christ.
SE R M O N X.
Christ a Sign which shall be spoken
against. LUKE II. 34.
• And Simeon blessed them, and said unto
Mary bis mother, Behold, this child is set for the fall and risng again of many in
Israel; and for a hgn which shall be spoken againfi.