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S the VISIONS IN VERSE, and other
Pieces of the late Dr. Cotton, which have made their appearance, have given general fatisfaction, the Editor Alatters himself that the present volumes, some pieces in which have not yet been published, will be acceptable to the Public.
It may not be improper to observe, in regard to the SERMONS here offered, that as Mr, Boyle, Mr. Locke, Sir Isaac Newton, and Mr.
Addison, were firm believers in Christianity; that being laymen, and having no temporal interests relative to religion, their influence in the support of it has been extensive and effectual: So every fresh instance of a firm faith, in a mind far removed from all suspicion, will be aca ceptable to the lovers of Christianity.
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VISIONS IN VERSE
The Advantages of Application and Diligence in our
earlier Years, and the destructive Consequences of Pride and Cruelty.
The Bee, the Ant, and the SPARROW.
My dears, 'tis faid in days of old,
, That beasts could talk, and birds could
But now it seems the human race