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Course of Prayer
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Morning and Evening
MEDITATIONS and REMARKS.
By AUGUSTUS TOPLADY, A. B.
Late Vicar of Broad Hembury, Devon.
BY JOHN WATKINS, L. L. D.
MARLBOROUGH STREET ;
Entered at Stationers' Hall.
' TO THE
BY AUGUSTUS TOPLADY.
1. DEVOTIONAL RETIREMENT, enforced and recommended, with various Poetical Pieces, Meditations, and Remarks A new Edition with considerable additions, 25. 6d, Boards i
“When thou wast under the fig.tree I saw thee."
2 CONTEMPLATIONS on the Sufferings, Death, and Resurrection of Christ, and his people, with several Sacred Hymns. Annexed to which, are one-hundred and forty-four sterling sentiments. 2s. 6d. “ All ye that pass by, behold, and see, if there be
any sorrow like unto my sorrow.'
AT the moment the copy-right of the former impression of these religious exercises ceased, some unprincipled Booksellers took an advantage, and printed a spurious mutilated copy, which has induced the former Editor to bring forward a New Edition, with considerable additions from the Author's manuscripts, as also the character of his writings, from the pen of the Rev. Dr. Watkins.
These are now, for the first time, interspersed at the end of each prayer, a short discourse on subjects of everlasting inportance, with a hymn attached, as also other pieces never before published. The whole forming in a small space a complete Treasury of Divine Truths, composed in pointed and forcible language;