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BY THE REV. JOHN BROUGHAM, M.A.
FORMERLY FELLOW OF KING'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE; CHAPLAIN TO
THE LATE BISHOP OF KILDARE;
AND RECTOR OF BALLYHAIZE, CAVAN, IRELAND.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
PRINTED BY JOYCE GOLD, 103, SHOE-LANE, FLEET-STREET,
ON THE FIRST COMMANDMENT.
ST, MATTHEW, CHAP. xix. VER. 17.
If thou wilt enter into Life, keep the Commandments.
THE subject I propose for this day's consideration, is one of the most important that can possibly come before us; as it contains an enquiry into the nature of that system of laws, by which our whole conduct is to be regulated, and upon the observance or violation of which, our future hopes of happiness or misery entirely depend. It is my inten