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of God, to whom they will prove a peculiar treasure. Should this pamphlet fall into the hands of any friend, who may have by him any original letters, I humbly request the loan of them for a short period, that they also added to the following parts of this work.
I purpose, by the blessing of God, to continue publishing the Letters that I am now in possession of, and others that fall into my hands, that may tend to your edification, till the whole of them are printed, which I am confident will prove a most acceptable service to you. His last Sermon God hath enabled me already to give you; an earlier one delivered many months ago, for the taking of which in short hand I employed a professional person of the first practice, I have also by me, and shall appear when leisure permits.
“ He which hath begun a good work in you, says the apostle, “ will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ;" and it is elsewhere expressly declared, “ That the needy shall not alway be forgotten, that the expectation of the pour shall not perish for ever.”
I had intended to have given with this A brief statement of his last illness and death, but being so closely engaged in copying letters
for the press, I am obliged to defer it until another opportunity.
Commending you therefore to God, and to the word of his grace, and waiting the fulfilment of the promises, I subscribe myself,
An unworthy Son of,
High Street, August 3, 1813.