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With the exception of that by the lately deceased Rev. William Limont, all the Sermons in the Volume are by living Ministers : and the only other not prepared for the press by the author himself, is that of the Rev. John Barr, whose lamented indisposition has prevented him from doing this service.
The publisher sends forth the volume to the public, in the hope, that it will prove as useful to those who peruse it, as honourable to those who have furnished its contents.
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SERMON XIV. THE LATE Rev. W. LIMONT, EDINBURGH. The Trial of Abraham. Gen. xxii. 1-14, .
SERMON VI. Rev. WILLIAM WELSH, FALKIRK. gdom of the First-Born. Psalm lxxxix. 27,
REV. DAVID RUSSELL, ERROL. The Young warned against Evil Counsels and Companionships. Prov. i. 10,
SERMON VII. Rev. JOHN MACFARLANE, HAMILTON. stimony to the Gospel
. Acts xiv. 3,
SERMON XVI. Rev. JOHN M'GREGOR, STRANRAER. Christ Weeping over Jerusalem. LUKE xix. 41, 42,
SERMON VIII. Rev. J. S. TAYLOR, COLDSTREAM. e of David respecting the Resurrection of the Just. xvii. 15,
SERMON XVII. Rev. NEIL MACMICHAEL, DUNFERMLINE. The Christian’s Hope. 1 John ii. 3,
SERMON IX. Rev. ROBERT BRODIE, A.M. GLASGOW. i of Stephen. Acts vii. 55, 56,
SERMON XVIII. Rev. DAVID CRAWFORD, PORTO BELLO. The Parable of the Tares. MATTH. xiii. 24–31, 36—44,
SERMON X Rev. WILLIAM BARR, HAMILTON. tuity of the Gospel. 1 Peter i. 25,
LUKE xxiv. 18, 19,
SERMON XI. Rev. ALEXANDER HARVEY, GLASGOW. igs which flow to Believers from Christ as the Resurid the Life. John xi. 25, 26,
SERMON XX. Rev. WILLIAM MÓDOUGALL, KILMARNOCK. The Saviour's Trouble of Soul in anticipation of his Sufferings.
Joan xii. 27, 28,
SERMON XII. Rev. GAVIN STRUTHERS, GLASGOW. Object of Religious Worship. Matth. i. 1, 2,
Rev. JAMES BANKS, PAISLEY. Repentance. Acts xvii. 30,
SERMON XIII. Rev. WILLIAM ANDERSON, GLASGOW. s- Bearing of Christian Conduct. Psalm, xl. 3,