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It will be observed that many of the Letters here headed in the usual manner
have a different Address in the text; a circumstance arising from the shorthand having been exactly copied in such particulars. It may also be remarked, that where the dates of Letters, in the same year, were unimportant, they have in this volume been sometimes transposed to obtain advantages in point of arrangement.
Birth of Dr. Doddridge; with a Consideration of some
ment of his Character...
lently assumed by Sheppard Pentecost Doddridge John Doddridge, Member for Barnstable in the Long Parliament, opposes
the Independent Party, his Works, &c. .... The Rev. John Doddridge ejected from the living of Shepperton ... Daniel Doddridge, the Doctor's Father, a man of genuine piety, his mar
riage, &c. ..... The Rev. John Bauman, the Doctor's maternal Grandfather ; hazards to
which he was exposed in his flight from Prague, on account of the
persecution against the Protestant religion
16 18 20 21
22 23 24 26
1719. Becomes a student at the Academy at Kibworth, under the care of the
Rev. John Jennings......
Jan. 3. To the Rev. Samuel Clark, D.D. ..
Particulars relative to the Academy, remarks on a variety of
amination of the evidence in support of the Scriptures.
Some account of the academical course pursued at Kibworth.
To the Rev. Samuel Clark, D. D. ...
A relation of his late interview with Lady Russell.
tain a sincere dependence upon Providence.
lies, or ethical sermons, there employed as exercises in composition
to entreat her advice on some singular points of etiquette ; to which is
demical studies ; with a promise that her letters shall not survive him.
and advice as to the best mode of conducting that duty.
composed verses in a dream.
salutations on visits of ceremony, he advances some shrewd queries on
tion to Catharine Freeman.
affirm, a right jocose and witty letter."
Mr. Downe's plan for supplying London with water from St. Albans.
the news of the Academy.
and a curious reading from the Hebrew.
removal of the Academy.
first sermon ; particulars of the academical course, and minute direc-
tions for the safe transfer of a most precious consignment from town.
Aug. 27. To Miss Farrington .....
joyed at Kibworth ; course of reading then pursued, &c.
the academical course.
an extraordinary report !
Feb. 18. To Mr. G-
nings; his great care to instil CATHOLIC sentiments, &c.