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By the same Author.
I. In 1817, The Sixth Edition of
THE PREACHING OF THE REGULAR CLERGY ILLUSTRATED AND DEFENDED: in a Visitation Sermon, preached before the Archdeacon and Clergy of Lewes and Pevensey, in May, 1813; and further vindicated in an Appendix, containing Notes on the most Important Doctrines adverted to in the Sermon: with Extracts chiefly from the principal Publications of Sectarian Writers.
II. In 1824,
THE CHURCH; a Sermon preached in Lambeth Chapel, at the Consecration of the Right Rev. Robert James Carr, D.D., Lord Bishop of Chichester.
III. In 1826,
A SERMON; preached at the opening of the Chapel of Partis College, near Bath ;-an Institution for the Residence and Support of Thirty Gentlewomen in reduced Circumstances, &c. &c.; with some Account of the Institution, in an Appendix.
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St. MATTHEW xxv, 21.
“ His Lord said unto him; Well done, thou good and faithful servant ; thou hast been faithful ooer a few things, I will make thee ruler oder many things ; enter thou into the joy of thy Lord.”.
THESE words, which I have chosen for the subject of our meditations, on this melancholy occasion, are taken from the Parable of the Talents, and appear to me peculiarly applicable to the character of your deceased Vicar.
In the following discourse, it shall be my endeavour,
1st. To give a short explanation of the parable.
2dly. To give such a description of the Ministerial Character of our departed friend, as will justify us in believing, that he shall receive, from the lips of his Saviour, the joyful salutation contained in the words of the text.
And, lastly, conclude with a few words of exhortation to different classes of