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1702.-His visiting the Yearly Meeting at Colchester, and other
1707. His keeping school at Tottenham-Some great men,
discourse between the justices and him, about his school-A
1708. His profession and declaration against Popery, directed
duty of children toward their parents-His own account of
1712. His publishing an Appendix to John Bocket's "Gen-
bill-His journey into Kent, and service there-His, and
1722. His consolatory Answer to a Letter from a disconsolate
A GRATEFUL commemoration of the faithful deceased, is a debt survivors owe them: and it were an aggravation of ingratitude not to pay it, when themselves have left wherewith, their own works being the best materials for a monument both durable and useful to posterity.
This collection contains memoirs and manuscripts of a person, whom, from some years' acquaintance and observation, I had reason to think a sincere lover of truth, a man of integrity, and a practitioner of the precepts he delivered.
The intention of this work is to promote purity of heart, not a party in religion. Men may barter opinions and be never the better. The old man may take up a new form, and be still what he was. They begin at the wrong end, who choose to themselves modes and ways of worship in a polluted and unregenerate estate, wherein no performances