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By' EDW.PELLING, D, D. Chaplain to
his Grace the Duke of Somerset, and

Rector of Petworth in Sulex.

Printed for W. Crook at the Green-Dragon

without Temple-Barr, near Devereux-
Court, 1692.

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To her Grace, the most

Noble, moft Virtuous, and Religious Lady, Elizabeth, Lady Dutchefs of Somerset. May it please your Grace,

He kind Acceptance which my former Discourse upon this Subject found at your Graces hands, bath

given me Encouragement and confidence to prefix your great Name to this; which indeed should have been presented to your Noble Patronage long ago, but that the late Controverhes with the Romanists (wherein I thought my self bound to take my share) and a great many unexpected Accidents foncé, bave hitherto bindred me from bringing it even to that little Perfection wherein it now appears. Besides, Madam, the subject being altogether

. Practical and directive of the Conscience, a little time was not enongh for that Consideration and Care, which a matter of such a tender and weighty Nature must require, eSpecially fince my design from the beginning, ivas, not only to inform Communicants, but moreover to lend such Asistance to all others,


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