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IT having been intimated to the Author, by
some of his particular Friends, that his Proposals for printing an Abridgment of Chillingworth by the late Mr. SERJEANT HAWKINS, in these Volumes, had not been generally approved of; and that it would be improper to insert ang Thing in a Work of this Nature, which is not ftri&tly his own; he hath omitted it ; especially, as upon an accurate Revisal of that Work, it appeared that his Father had not put the last Hand to it, and that it could not have been comprised in less than Half a Volume.
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
THIS VOLUME OF
DI V IN I TY
IN SMALL BUT SINCERE
ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF FAVOURS RECEIVED,
AND AS A TOKEN OF
THE TRUEST VENERATION AND AFFECTION,
IS INSCRIBED BY
Mr. Ansel, Burford, Oxon.
Şir Richard Warwicke Bampfylde, Bart. Poltimore, Devon. • Rev. Mr. Bach, A.M. Fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford.
Rev. Dr. Bacon, Balden, Oxon.