Contemplations moral and divine / by a person of great learning and judgment.

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CONTEMPLATIONS MORAL AND DIVINE

By a Person of great Learning and Judgment

Imprimatur.

Ex AEdibus Antonius Saunders, Lambethanis, Reverendiffimo Dno, Domino Martii 13. 167 5/6 Gilberto Archi-Epifc. Cant. a Sacris Domefticis.

LONDON, Printed by William Godbid, for William Shrowfbury at the Bible in Duke-lane, and John Leigh at the Blew Bell in Fleetftreet neer Chancery-lane. M. DC. LXXVI.

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The PREFACE.

The Author of these Writings is a person of great Learning, great Judgment and Wisdom, and of great Virtue and Piety. He hath written divers learned and compleat Works upon other subjects; but for these Writings here published, they were written, as were also many others of the like nature, ex tempore, and upon this Occasion: "It hath been his "custom for many years, every Lord's Day in "the afternoon after Evening Sermon (between "that and Supper-time) to employ his thoughts "upon several subjects of Divine Contempla"tions; and as things came into his thoughts, "so he put them into writing; which he did "for these two Reasons: 1. That he might "the more fix his thoughts, and keep them "from diversion and wandering. 2. That "they might remain, and not be lost by for"getfulness or other interventions. And as this was the occasion and manner of his writing them, so this doubtless was all that he

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