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J. HATCHARD AND SON, 187, PICCADILLY:
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I beg leave most humbly to inscribe the following pages to Your MAJESTY, and to avail myself of this opportunity publicly to express my gratitude for Your MAJESTY’s gracious protection, and
I will only add, that the doctrine and principles contained in the present Volume, form the groundwork of those Discourses, which I have had the honour of delivering from time to time in the presence of Your MAJESTY.
I have the honour to be,
Most dutiful Subject,
And sincerely devoted Servant,
CHARLES R. SUMNER.
April 15, 1824.
It is the object of the following pages to examine a part of our Lord's mediatorial character, which seems to have attracted less attention than any other leading topic connected with his ministry.
The separation of that character into three distinct divisions, is at once the inost scriptural, and the most comprehensive that can be followed.
The inspired description of the priesthood of Christ, which occupies the greater