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The following Sermons were taken entirely from memory, without the assistance of notes, by a Lady, who was long a member of the late Mr. Worthington's congregation. They have been considered, by many competent judges, as correct specimens of his style of preaching ; as such, they are now printed, for private circulation.
The writer of this preface, who can answer for their correctness, has long prized them, not only for their intrinsic excellence, but as a pleasing memorial of the uncommonly retentive memory of a much endeared relative and friend.
Though not given as complete discourses, they may still be perused with advantage, particularly by the young,
with whom Mr. Worthington was always a favourite preacher.
The above statement, it is hoped, while it bespeaks candour, will disarm criticism.
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