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THOMAS SECKER, LL.D.
LATE LORD ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY
A NEW EDITION.
PRINTED FOR J. DICKSON AND W. LAING.
The pernicious effects to a nation of ignorance and idleness;
Preached before the Society for promoting English Proteftant Working-
They shall put you out of the Synagogues; yea, the time cometh,
that whofoever killeth you, will think that he doth God fer-
The duty of subjection to the public magiftrate; and the fin
of fpeaking rafhly of the powers that are.
Preached Oct. 25. 1761, being the Anniversary of his Majefty's Acceffion.
Put them in mind to be fubject to principalities and powers, to o-
bey magiftrates; to be ready to every good work:
To Speak evil of no man; to be no brawlers, but gentle; showing