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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.
GLEANINGS OF THE VINTAGE;
TO THE SPIRITUAL EDIFICATION
CHURCH OF CHRIST;
• REV. WILLIAM HUNTINGTON, S. S.
LATE MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL,
AT PROVIDENCE CHAPEL, GRAY'S INN LANE,
There shall be as the shaking of an olive tree, and as the gleaning
Isa. xxiv. 13.
Isa. Ixv. 8.
PUBLISTED BY E. HUNTINGTON, 55, HIGH STREET,
I a. 62.
TO THOSE HEARERS OF THE LATE REV. WILLIAM HUNTINGTON, s. s. WHOSE HEARTS GOD HATH TRULY CIRCUMCISED.
THE gracious and undeserved providence of God having made choice of, and called me forth, to publish the Works of your late Pastor, which trust my conscience bears me witness I have faithfully executed to the utmost of my ability, and who has also further extended his goodness towards me in committing to my care many valuable letters of his; with lively feelings of hope and confidence I most respectfully dedicate the Gleanings of the Vintage to
To those friends whose hearts God inclined to favor me with letters written by your deceased Minister, to copy, I beg to express my sincere gratitude for that tribute of respect to his memory; not only on my own account do I tender it, but also on behalf of the church