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BY W. THORN.
"Considering the great and indispensible duty incumbent on * us, we think it necessary to recommend to you, the putting ❝in execution those laws which have been made, and are still "in force, against the profanation of the Lord's Day, and other "disorderly practices; which, by a long continued neglect and "connivance of the magistrates and officers concerned, have
universally spread themselves, to the dishonour of God, and the "scandal of our holy religion.—We do, therefore, hereby charge "and require you, to take the most effectual methods for putting "the laws into execution, against the crimes, sins, and vices "above mentioned: &c."
Queen Mary's Letter to the Magistrates of Middlesex.
PRINTED BY J. ALLISON;
AND SOLD BY F. WESTLEY, STATIONERS' COURT, LUDGATE-
CHURCH AND CONGREGATION,
As the Profits, arising from the Sale of the following Lectures, will be devoted to further the Cause of the Redeemer, at Penrith; namely,
To erect a New place of Christian worship;" the Publishers* humbly solicit every Lover of Christ, who may have it in his power, to pur chase a Copy; by which means, he may not only benefit himself, and others around him but will also be assisting the Friends of Religion,, properly to execute those plans, which, according to the advice of several London and Country Ministers, they have adopted, only, for the glory of God and the good of mankind..
*The Building Committee..
Penrith, January, 1820..