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FRON THE LATE
KEV. WILLIAM ROMAINE, M. A.
Rector of St. Andrew Wardrobe, and St. Ann
Black Friars; and Lecturer of
St. Dupstan's in the West,
TO A FRIEND
ON THE MOST IMPORTANT SUBJECTS,
During a correspondence of twenty yearso
PUBLISHED FROM THE ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPTS,
BY THOMAS WILLS, A. B. Minister of Silver Street Chapel, and formerly
of Magdalen Hall, Oxford.
NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. RE-PRINTED BY AMBROSE WALKER, For RICHARD SCOTT, Bookseller and Stationer,
The following Letters, it is presuined, need
no confirmation of their anthenticity, nor any recommendation of their invaluable contents, to those who knew and esteemed their late excellent author. The manner and style, almost peculiar to himself, of making CHRIST the All in ALL, in the glory of his person, the efficacy of his blood and righteousness, and the fulness of his salvation, proclaim aloud, these were written by no other than William Romaine : they prove also, to a de.. monstration, that Jesus was his darling theme, in his closet, as well as the pulpit; in his private core. respondence, as in his public discourses. Nor, indeed, was this holy man of God ever in his ele. ment, but when he was making mention of his divine Master's name and righteousness only, of which it might be literally said he knew no end..
The Editor pledges himself to the public, that these Letters are faithfully printed from the originals, in the hand-writing of their venerable authors and he flatters himselt he is bringing glory to his adorable Lord, as well as rendering an essential