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Preach'd on

Several Occasions.

By RICHARD DUKE, M. A. late Preben-
dary of Gloucester, Rector of Witney in
Oxfordshire, and Chaplain in Ordinary
to her Majesty.

Publifb'd from the Author's Original Copies.

The Third


Printed by Leon. Lichfield, for Anth. Peisley

Bookseller, And are to be Sold by 7. and 7.
Knapton, W. and 7. Innys, W. Meadozus,
7.Wyat, R. Knaplock, B. and C. Motte, and
I. Combes, Booksellers in LONDON, 1730.


SERMON I. Page 1. Eccles. XI. 1. Caft thy Bread upon the Waters: for Thou Malt find it after many days.

SERMON. II. Page 25. Hebr. II. 16. and part of the 17 verse. For verily He took not on Him the Nature of Angels; but He took on Him the Seed of Abraham. Wherefore in all things it behov'd him to be made like unto his Brethren.

SERMON III. Page 57... i Theff. IV. 11. And that Te study to be Quiet, and to do Tour own Businefs.

SERMON IV. Page 85 ) Hebr. III. 12. Take heed, Brethren, left there be in any of you an Evil Heart of Unbelief.

SERMON y. Page 11s.
Luke XXIV. 34. The Lord is Riseu indeed.

SERMON VI. Page 135. Rom. VI. 21. What Fruit had ye then in those . Things, whereof ye are now afham'd ? For the End of those Things is Death,

SERMON VII. Page 159,
Psalm XIX. 7. The Law of the Lord is perfect,
converting the Soul : The Testimony of the Lord is
Sure, making Wife the Simple.

SERMON VIII. Page 187.
Prov.XII.2 1. There Mall no Evilhappen to the Just.

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