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dominion, to save his oppressed people from their enemies, and finally to receive them into His EVERLASTING
KINGDOM and GLORY.
END OF THE FIRST VOLUME.
Printed by J. Dennett, Leather Lane, Ilulburu
AND SOLD BY F. WESTLEY,
In 2 vols. 12mo. neatly half bound, Price 10s.
VILLAGE IN AN UPROAR,
WITH ITS SEQUEL,
“ The Author, who is a warm friend to the Missionary cause, takes occasion from the supposed visit of a farmer's man to London, at the anniversary in May, to represent the miserable state of the heathen, the zeal of religious people, &C.--- The Author has imitated the manner of Mr. Hill in his Village Dialogues, and to those who are not too fastidious to admit of humour in religious productions, they will furnish acceptable entertainment."--Evan. Mag. Feb. 1815.
THE PAGAN TEMPLE,
WITH ITS SEQUEL,
THE OLD LADY.
“ 'The title of this little work is so mysterious, that few of our readers, if not informed of its true object, would expect to find in it a sequel to that popular pamphlet • The Village in an Uproar,' by the same lively and humourous pen. We are fully satisfied of the purity and benevolence of the Author's intentions : and we hope that some persons, who would not be disposed to read a grave treatise in a sermon, inay be induced, by the novelty and sprightliness of this work, to peruse it to their spiritual and eternal advantage." ~Evan. Mag. 1816.
“ This Old Lady is both pious and facetious, instruc. tive and entertaining; and as such, we recommend her to the tea-tables of our readers, whose hospitality will be well rewarded by much cheerful religious conversation.”--Evan Mag. April, 1817.
The above Works, Containing a Series of Dialogues on Missionary
and other Subjects, may be had separately.
THE GEOGRAPHY OF ENGLAND,
On a Copper-plate Sheet, Royal Demy; price 2s. Exhibiting in one View the POPULATION, Houses, MARKET TOWNS, Cities, Mem. Bers sent to PARLIAMENT, &c. &c. in the various Counties. Adapted for the Countinghouse, Seminary, and Private Student.