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A BIOGRAPHICAL AND LITERARY
Dccasional Clerical Criticism.
PRINTED FOR C. WHITTINGHAM;
AND SOLD BY J. CARR, NO. 56, PATERNOSTER ROW.
Three years have revolved since the Pulpit was first submitted to the world. - It was at that time intimated, that the Author had not accomplished his design; and, consequently, another volume was not only promised, but, shortly after, announced, through the medium of the public prints, He has constantly kept in mind the assurance so made. Concurring circumstances have, at length, enabled him to fulfil it;
-the volume so long expected now makes its destined appearance.
Although the love of popular applause' has been censured, by Dr. Doddridge, as