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III. The Great Benefit and Advantage of
To which is A DDE D,
Trouble and Afiction.
Both Before, At, and After Receiving.
Some General Rules and Directions for Our Daily Practice.
Composed for the Use of a Noble FAMILY.
late Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells.
LONDON: Printed for A. BETTES WORTH, at
the Red-Lyon in Pater-Noster-Rowi MDCCXXV.
138. f. 40.
gans Salong Ermit me, I beseech Tout,
to lay at your Feet this (mall MANUAL, which
has no other Design but w the supporting of You unZumband aus der those Calamities which You have borne with so much Magnanimity, Patience, and Christian Resolution ; for I care not conceive ( whatever some way think ) that Tour being of another Persuasion than my self, can discharge me from my Duty to You. And I hope you will not the less regard what I have here written, because I profefs my self, as I always did, to be a Member and an Unworthy Son of the Church of England : For as it has always been my Judgment, that he that Believes, Lives and Prays, according to the Rules that Christ bas given usg, is a True Christian, and a happy Man ; so I believe that the next Way A 2