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Printed by and for W. SLEATER, No. 28 Dame-fireet.
And for W. GILBERT, No. 26 Great George's-frees.
BOOKSELLER, DAME-STREET, DUBLIN.
THE high proofs I have had of a disinterested spirit in you, and of your sincere attachment to our most holy religion, induce me to hope from you for a Dublin edition of Walker's excellent Sermons. You, and all who know me well, must do me the justice to believe, that I am a most fincere member of the church established in this kingdom, in comparison with which it is my firm persuasion, no other establishment of re, ligion is, or ever was, in all respects, so closely conformed to the word of God, to sound reason, or to the charitable spirit of the gospel. It is the genụine effect of this persuasion, that I recommend these sermons to you, and to my country, though written by a Presbyterian minifter. What tho' he followeth not with us? Is he not casting out the devils of ungodliness and wickedness ? Is he not faithfully serving our common master with a zeal and power, whether natural, or supernatural, evidently lent him from above? Let the candid, the liberal soul read, and judge for himself. In me he fees but an humble and
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