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SEVERAL applications having been made for the Second Volume of the “ Sacred Poetry of the Seventeenth Century,” as also for the “ Sermons” of Bishop Butler, and for Bunyan's “Pilgrim's Progress,” the Subscribers to the Sacred Classics are informed, that these works are preparing for immediate publication, and will appear in the above order.
The Editors and the Proprietor take this opportunity to acknowledge the receipt of many communications during the
ast year, suggesting an early issue of various works. They jope their apparent neglect of the suggestions of many valued correspondents will be excused, when they state, that so numerous have been these applications, that it has been found quite impossible to comply with the greater number of them without materially interfering with the original design of their undertaking. The volumes will, for the future, appear on alternate months.
London, Dec. 2lst, 1835.
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and Ten Commandments. Bates's Spiritual Perfection.
Sermons for Lent, Easter, and WhitsunBishop Hall's most admired Treatises.
tide, 3 Vols. Baxter's Dying Thoughts.
Boyle's Veneration due to God, &c. Jeremy Taylor's Select Sermons.
Knox's Christian Philosophy. Butler's Analogy.
Howe's God's Prescience of the Sins of Men. Watts's Lyric Poems.
Poetry of the Seventeenth Century. Beveridge's Private Thoughts, and the | Jeremy Taylor's Life of Christ, 3 Vols.
Advantage of Communion, 2 Vols. Locke on the Reasonableness of ChristiCave's Primitive Christianity, &c. 2 Vols. 1 anity, &c. &c. with Portrait.
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