Elegant Extracts, Or Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose (Classic Reprint)

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Christ majs 103 On Christ's ascension-nbeliefin the Holy Ghost 104 On the Holy Catholic Church 105 On the Resurrection of the Body 106 On the Ten Commandments 107 Worship and Honour of God 108 Honour due to God's Word 109 Duties owing to particular Persons 110 Duty to our Teachers and Instruc. Tors, &c. 111 Behaviour to Superiors 112 Against wron in ourneighbourby mjurious or s 113 Againstwronging our Neighbour by injurious Actions 128 114 Duties to ourselves 130 115 On coveting other Men's Goods 132 116 On the Sacrament of Ba tism 134 117 On the Sacrament ofthe ord's Supper - 135 118 Expostulation with Unbelievers M. Pascal. 137 119 On the Old and New Testament Wilkins. 141 120 To the Sceptics and Infidels of the Age Bp. Watson. 143 121 A Prayer or Psalm Lord Bacon. 153 122 Doctrine of Christ, a Doctrine of Truth and Simplicity Dr. Clarke. 153 123 Light of Reason imperfect Lord Lyttleton. 154 124 Simplicity of the Sacred Writers West. 154 125 Superiority of Christian Philosophcy over Stoical Miss arter. 156 126 Fine Morality of the Gospel Beattie. 158 127 Beneficence to the Poor enjoined by the G08 el Paley. 158 128 Simplicit o the Gospel gives it an Air of ublimity Mainwaring. 159 129 Bible, as a curious ancient History, worth Attention Cruz-all. 159 161 A Morning Prayer for a Young 130 Queen nne's Prayer 159 Student Knox.

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