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SERMONS of the Rev. John Venn, M. A. Rector of Clapham. They are contained in 3 vols. 8vo. and three editions have already been printed in England. They are posthumous; the first volumes made their appearance in 1814, and the last in 1818. Reviews of these Sermons are to be found in the Christian Observer, vol. xiv. page 26, and vol. xvii. page 655. Christian Minister's affectionate Advice to a new married Couple, by the Rev. James Bean, A. M.

"Domestic happiness!

Thou art the nurse of virtue."

This little book is an appropriate present from a clergyman to a those whom he may unite together in holy matrimony.



A Rational Illustration of the Book of Common Prayer of the Church of England; being the substance of every thing Liturgical in Bishop Sparrow, Mr. L'Estrange, Dr. Comber, Dr. Nichols, and all other former ritualists, commentators, or others, upon the same subject; collected and reduced into one continued and regular method, and interspersed all along with new observations. By Charles Wheatley, A. M. Vicar of Brent and Furneaux Pelham, in Hertfordshire.

Ostendas populi ceremonias et ritum colendi.

Exod. xviii. 20. Vul.

From the Oxford Edition of 1819.


Wheatly on the Common Prayer is a standard Book, recommended by the House of Bishops; an American edition was necessary. The present, accompanied with Notes, we cheerfully recommend as calculated to be generally useful.


Bishop of the Eastern Diocese.

Rector of Trinity Church.


Rector of St. Paul's Church.

ASA EATON, Rector of Christ's Church,

Boston, and St. Mary's, Newton.


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Essays on some of the select parts of the Liturgy of the Church of England. Being the substance of a course of Lectures, delivered in the parish Church of St. Werburgh, Bristol. By Thomas Biddulph, A. M. "Hold fast the form of sound words." "These essays were made the subject of a detailed, critical discussion by the British Critic soon after their original publication, and their merits received a very honourable testimony from that Review. Such, however, is the importance of their object, and the ability with which that object is pursued by their author, that we are anxious to introduce and recommend them to those of our readers, who may not be already acquainted with them. The doctrines of Christianity are so universally diffused through the whole services of our Church, and so inextricably interwoven with the whole of their texture, that a competent discussion of only those portions which are in daily use, would comprise all the truths which are important to be believed, and a delineation of almost every duty which belongs to the system of Christian morality; and would exemplify the nature and requisities of devotion, in all its branches of petition, confession, deprecation, praise and thanksgiving. In short, it would afford an opportunity of saying almost every thing which a minister of the gospel ought to teach, and which a hearer of the gospel ought to learn. But for the sake of requisite brevity, we must forbear the further prosecution of this subject. It is, we confess, a favourite one with us, and we feel inclined to prolong the discussion; but we are aware that the persons, for whose consideration the foregoing remarks are particularly intended, are abundantly able to pursue the subject which we have thus briefly suggested; and that if it be considered with the attention it demands, they will need no aid to enable them to discern the expedience of the measure have recommended, and no persuasion to dispose them to adopt it."


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