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POSTHUMOUS LETTERS

OF THE

Rev. W. HUNTINGTON, S. S.

MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL

AT PROVIDENCE CHAPEL, GRAY'S INN LANE.

He, being dead, yet speaketh."

Heb. xi. 4.

VOL. II.

LONDON:
PRINTED AND SOLD BY T. BENSLEY,

Bolt Court, Fleet Street ;
Sold also by T. HAMILTON, 33, Paternoster Row;
AND AT PROVIDENCE CHAPEL, GRAY'S INN LANE ; JIREH CHAPEL,
LEWES, SUSSEX ; SALEM CHAPEL, LEICESTER; BY T. BARSTON,
MARKET PLACE, GRANTHAM, LINCOLNSHIRE; AND AT
PROVIDENCE CHAPEL, CRANBROOK, KENT.

1815.

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LETTERS

FROM

The Rev. W. HUNTINGTON.

CLXXXVI.

Cranbrook, July 27, 1805.

BELOVED IN THE LORD,

Grace and peace be with thee through our Lord Jesus Christ. I am now at my native place, where I see not one face that I knew in the days of my youth;. but the Doctor is still alive, and alive for evermore; “ Because I live, ye shall live also.” Blessed, yea blessed for evermore be the faithful Immanuel. The refuse, the once offscouring of Cranbrook, is now in this town the highest officer there-an ambassador of peace, and a son of peace. “Not unto us, not unto us; but unto thy name give glory, for thy mercy and for thy truth's sake." I have had good times, but bad weather; and, according to custom, the fowls have followed the seedsman to pick up all that

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