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The Editors of the present handsome Edition of the Rev. Mr. RALPH ERSKINE's Practical Works, in Octavo, purchased, fome time ago, from the Heirs of Mr. Newlands, the original Proprietor of these Works, the sole right of Printing, Publishing, and Vending them: and judge it proper to notify this to the Public, that none may imagine they are invading the late Proprietor's right; and to assure all others, that if any presume to incroach upon theirs, in any respect, they will subject themselves to a profecuti
befides his POETICAL PIECES.
IN TEN LARGE VOLUMES OCTAVO.
To which is prefixed,
with an ELEGIAC Poem, and large CONTENTS.
By these be, being dead, yet speaketh. Heb. xi. 4.
Entered in Stationers - Hall.
Printed by WILLIAM SMITH.
The following Recommendations of Mr. Erskine's Writings, by Dr. Bradbury and Mr. Hervey, were not insert in the folio edition, the Account of the Author's Life, here given, is quite different, and much fuller than the former one; and the Elegiac Poem, subjoined thereto, was not printed with the former edition of his works.