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THE REV. JOSEPH BELLAMY, D. D.
LATE OF BETHLEM, CONNECTICUT.
IN THREE VOLUMES.
PUBLISHED BY STEPHEN DODGE.
PRINTED BY J. SEYMOUR, No. 49, JOIN-STREET.
609.5 B436.1 1811 cop. 2 Vil
AANSOVER HARVARD THEOLOGICAL LIBRARY. CAMBRIDGE, MASS.
RECOMMENDATIONS. THE character and writings of Dr. BELLAMY, have been deservedly held in high estimation by the Churches in NewEngland, and by many friends of Evangelical truth in other parts of the Christian world. His ability to illustrate the truths of the Gospel, and to trace them through all their connexions and dependencies, and to impress them on the conscience and heart, has been possessed by few.
We consider him as one of the most distinguished and useful writers of the last age. And while men are found eager rather to obtain elevated views of the Gospel and Kingdom of Christ, and the feeling of enlightened and sublime devotion, than to gratify a mere literary taste, the writings of Dr. Bellamy will never be neglected. They appear to us eminently calculated to promote the knowledge of God in the world, and to make men wise, good, and happy.
JOHN RODGERS, D. D. New-York.
“ I have read Dr. BELLAMY's writings with great attention, profit, and pleasure ; and do hereby with great satisfaction, most cheerfully recommend them to the public in general, and to Christians of every denomination in particular, as calculated to detect error and delusion, to exhibit and enforce the pure and distinguishing doctrines of the Gospelto direct inquiring souls