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REV. J. W. CUNNINGHAM, A. M.
VICAR OF HARROW;
DOMESTIC CHAPLAIN TO THE RIGHT HON, LORD NORTHWICK ; AND
LATE FELLOW OF ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE.
PUBLISHED BY W. B. GILLEY, BROADWAY
J. SETOUR, PRISTER.
INHABITANTS OF HARROW ON THE HILL
The Following Sermons,
ORIGINALLY PREACHED IN THEIR PRESENCE,
WITH A DEEP SENSE OF THE KINDNESS WITH WHICH THEY HAVE
HUMBLY AND AFFECTIONATELY DEDICATED,
BY THEIR GRATEFUL
AND SINCERE FRIEND,
The Author of the following Discourses has not the presumption to imagine, that by publishing them he is likely to shed any new light over the difficulties of Theology, or to urge with greater force those arguments which have employed the mind of many wise and devout individuals. But he has been led to this undertaking partly by perceiving the general thirst for this species of publication-partly by an ardent desire, before he is called to his great account, to bequeath to his family, his parish, and his friends, some slight memorial of his interest in their temporal and spiritual welfare; and some less fugitive record, than a mere address from the pulpit, of the principles in which he has found, through the great mercy of God, his own consolation and joy.
Perhaps, however, the wish he had for some time entertained, of endeavouring to prepare a volume of Sermons for the press, might not have been realized, if he had not felt the importance,