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BY JACOB DUCHÉ, M. A.
RECTOR of CHRIST-CHURCH and
St. PETER's, in PHILADELPHIA;
PRINTED BY J. PHILLIPS, GEORGE-YARD,
And Sold by T. CADELL, in, the Strand; H. PAYNE,
I am, therefore, happy in having your Ladyship's permission to inscribe to you the following discourses. You are no stranger to the sentiments they contain: you love and honour the doctrines they inculcate.
The authour intreats to be indulged with a continuance of that regard, which your Ladyship hath hitherto shewn him; and which he hath always held more defirable, in proportion as he hath been better qualified to judge of what is truly honourable and estimable in the intercourses of social life.
With this sentiment deeply impressed upon his mind, he cannot but rejoice in the opportunity your Ladyship hath granted him, of thus publickly subscribing himfelf,
Most obliged and
Most faithful Servant,