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On SEVERAL OCCASIONS.
By J AMES BURROUGH S.
Printed by T. BROWNE; for John Noon,
HE following fermons,
who were" delighted with that vein of piety which runs thro’ them, had seen the light sooner, but that they were written in such a manner as required much time and trouble to prepare them for the press. It would searce be accounted decent in his nearest relations to commend them : nor would it answer any end ; because, after the highest