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l'he Blessedness of a Christian's Death.
The great Duty of living peaceably.
The True Sense and Excellence of Charity.
The House of God the House of Prayer.
The Nature and Malignity of Spiritual Wickedness.
Lest being lifted up with pride, he fall into the con-
demnation of the Devil. 1 Tim. iii. 6.
[Preached at Stamford, in Lincolnshire, at the Vi-
sitation of John, Lord Bishop of Peterborough,
July 20, 1780.]
Popular Commotions to precede the End of the World.
And upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity;
the sea and the waves roaring : men's hearts failing
them for fear, and for looking after those things which
are coming upon the earth; for the powers of heaven
shall be shaken. Luke xxi. 25, 26.
(Preached in the Metropolitical Church, at Canterbury,
September 20, 1789.]
The Duty of supporting poor Clergymen and their
Ye ought to support the weak, and to remember the
words of the Lord Jesus, how he said, It is more
blessed to give than to receive. Acts xx. 35.
[Preached at the Anniversary Meeting of the Sons
of the Clergy, in the Cathedral Church of St.
Paul, May 16, 1782.]
MOST REVEREND HIS GRACE
JOHN MOORE, D.D.
LORD ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY,
PRIMATE AND METROPOLITAN OF ALL ENGLAND;
THIS VOLUME OF
INTENDED TO PROMOTE A MORE ACCURATE AND
INTERESTING KNOWLEDGE OF THE DIVINE
LANGUAGE AND DOCTRINE OF THE
OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS,
IS MOST HUMBLY RECOMMENDED
AND INSCRIBED, BY
MOST FAITHYUL AND OBEDIENT