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FOR A WORTHY RECEIVING OF TME
AS RECOMMENDED AND APPOINTED BY TBI
CHURCH OF ENGLAND:
SUITABLE MEDITATIONS, AND SOME
COMPANION FOR THE ALTAR:
Meditations And Morning And Evening
Instructions how we should conduct ourselves after
partaking of the Lord's Supper ; nnd a
Scriptural Explanation of the same.
TO WHICH IS PREFIXED
AN ESSAY ON FAITH,
Shewing its Nature, Origin, Operation and Con-
By the Rev. John Rotherjm, M- A.
P BIN TED BY P. WOGAN, NO. IS, LOWER ORMOND
IT may not be improper to mention theparticular corrections and additions that have been made to this new Edition j—the whole has been revised, and such expressions have been altered, or expunged, as were not well adapted to that Purity of Prayer, necessary when we address tne most intelligent of all Beings. The directions for our con. duct after our departure from the Lord'* Table have been attended to, and such instructions laid down, as will, it is hoped, be of service to young and less informed minds. There has been also added, amongst the number of additions, one that we hope will be particularly acceptable, being an Essay on Faith, and its Connexion with Good Works; extracted from that excellent piece, written by the Rev., John Rotheram, M. A. Chaplain to the Bishop of Durham. This piece first made its appearance before that respectable body, the University of Oxford, who requested its publication for the good of mankind, with regard to their eternal welfare. "The Author has chosen to lay before the public a plain and rational account of faith, hoping thereby to do more effectual service, than by a direct attempt to refute the various errors that have A 2 sprung