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DIALOGUES,

BETWEEN

FARMER LITTLEWORTH, THOMAS NEWMAN, REV. MR. LOVFGOOD

AND OTHERS.

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Thomas. See, Master, what a deal of weeds and rubbish we have got
Together within these few days; and when we have got them all on a heap,
we shall burn them out of the way. May the Lord do the same in all our
hearts! DIALOGUE I.

TWENTY-SECOND EDITION,

WITH

ADDITIONAL DIALOGUES AND ENLARGEMENTS.

amity T wenty-sit Uignettes.

VOL. II.

London:

PRINTED FOR THOMAS TEGG, CHEAPSIDE ;
Sold by T. KELLY, KNIGHT and LACEY, W. BAYNES and SON,
Paternoster Row; and F. WESTLEY, Stationers' Court.

J. Haddon, Printer, Tabernacle Walk.

1824.

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DIALOGUE

I. Cottage piety

II. Ditto
III. Genuine repentance exemplified
IV. On baptismal regeneration

V. Encuuragement to come to the sacrament
VI. The Church defended against false friends
VII. The evils of stage exhibitions
VIII. The prodigat's conversion
IX. Utility of Sunday Schools

X. The prodigal's return
XI. Evils of the slave trade
XII. Ditto
XIII. Characters delineated
XIV. Justification, &c. considered

XV. Evils of the slave trade considered
XVI. Socinianism unmasked
XVII. Ditto ,.

XVIII. The evils of seduction

XIX. Ditto ..

XX. Character of Ministers exemplified

XXI. Ditto

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