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DOCTRINAL AND PRACTICAL,

PREACHED IN

THE PARISH CHURCH OF ST. BRIDE, FLEET STREET.

BY

THE REV. THOMAS DALE, M. A.

LATE

ASSISTANT PREACHER AT ST. BRIDE'S.

“ We use great plainness of speech."-2 Cor. ili, 12.

« In the church I had rather speak five words with my understanding, that by my voice

I might teach others also, than ten thousand words in an unknown tongue.”.
1 Cor. xiv, 19.

LONDON:

J. M. RICHARDSON, 23, CORNHILL.

SOLD ALSO BY

HENRY WIX, 42, NEW BRIDGE STREET.

1831.

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TO THE PARISHIONERS AND CONGREGATION OF

St. Brwe's, Fleet Street,

NOT ONLY AS A TOKEN OF GRATEFUL ACKNOWLEDGMENT FOR

PECULIAR AND UNVARIED KINDNESS AND ATTENTION

DURING A MINISTRY AMONG THEM OF

MORE THAN FIVE YEARS;

BUT IN THE HUMBLE HOPE AND EARNEST PRAYER,

THAT THE DOCTRINES OF SALVATION,

SO ATTENTIVELY HEARD THOUGH SO IMPERFECTLY PROCLAIMED,

MAY BE IMPRESSED BY THE HOLY SPIRIT ON THEIR HEARTS;

These Discourses,

AS A PARTING MEMORIAL OF SINCERE ATTACHMENT AND REGARD,

ARE INSCRIBED,

BY

THEIR GRATEFUL AND AFFECTIONATE FRIEND AND MINISTER,

THOMAS DALE.

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