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CHARACTERS OF THIS WORK.
IN the Preface to Dr. WATTS's sermons in Octavo, the reader will find the following character of this work."Since I first published these discourses, "the world has been furnished with a more compleat "account of most of these subjects, in that excellent "treatise called the CHRISTIAN TEMPER, which my
worthy friend Dr. EVANS hath sent abroad, and "which is, perhaps, the most compleat summary of "those duties which make up the Christian life, that "hath been published in our age.
Dr. JOHN EVANS'S CHRISTIAN TEMPER contains a course of excellent Sermons on that subject.His Style is grave, plain, manly, and nervous- His Heads always distinct and well arranged; the Scriptures well and properly collected."
Vide Dr. Williams's Preacher,
TO WHICH IS NOW PREFIXED,
À BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE LIFE of the
BY JOHN ERSKINE, D. D.
ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF EDINBURGH.
COMPLETE IN ONE VOLUME.
PRINTED FOR RICHARD BAYNES,
28, PATERNOSTER ROW.