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Now concerning the collection for the saints, as I have given
Preached to a friendly society (who, by mutual con-
Prodigality displayed, and Oeconomy recommended.
26, and at Oxford Chapel, on Sunday, Feb. 2, 1794.
Addressed to the inhabitants of the parish of Paston,
AND THE EARTH BROUGHT FORTH GRASS, AND HERB YIELDING SEED AFTER HIS KIND, AND THE TREE YIELDING FRUIT, WHOSE SEED WAS IN ITSELF; AND GOD SAW THAT IT WAS GOOD. GEN. I. XII.
IF F an author, who should undertake to explain the proportion of architecture, were to trouble us with a long preface, to prove that every house we see must have been the work of some man, because no house could possibly build itself, or rise into form by accident; I presume, we should all be of opinion, that he might have spared this part of his labour. It seems equally superfluous to insist,' that the structure of nature could not raise itself; the cases being exactly parallel, and