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BY THE LATE WILLIAM MELMOTH, Esq.
FROM THE TWENTY-THIRD LONDON EDITION.
TO WHICH ARE ADDED,
A few concise observations on
PRAY E R.
PRINTED BY COTTOM AND STEWART, FOR
FIRST AMERICAN EDITION.
VING to others the task of answering objections to a revelation which all, except the wicked, who are determined neither to repent or reform, must at least hope to be true, the author of the following work, in a ftile at once fimple and impreffive, warm, yet perfectly free from enthufiafm, calls the attention of the thoughtless and indifferent to the ferious concerns of a future ftate; recommends the practice of thofe plain precepts of chriftianity which formed the rule of his own life; and with irresistible conviction, points out to his rea