Late Chaplain to the Right Honorable
THE COUNTESS OF HUNTINGDON :
EVERY CIRCUMSTANCE WORTHY OF NOTICE, BOTH IN HIS
PRIVATE AND PUBLIC CHARACTER, IS RECORDED-
FAITHFULLY SELECTED FROM HIS ORIGINAL PAPERS,
JOURNALS AND LETTERS-ILLUSTRATED BY A VARIE-
TY OF INTERESTING ANECDOTES, FROM THE BEST AU-
THORTIES_WITH A PARTICULAR ACCOUNT OF HIS
DEATH AND FUNERAL ; AND EXTRACTS FROM THE
SERMONS WHICH WERE PREACHED ON THAT OCCASION.
COMPILED BY THE
REV. JOHN GILLIES, D. D.
Yea, doubtless, I count all things but loss, for the excellency
of the knowledge of Christ Jesus, my Lord: for whom I
have suffered the loss of all things, and do count them but
dung, that I may win Christ-Phil, iii. 8. (xii. 15.
And I will very gladly spend and be spent for you.--2 Cor.
For he that winneth souls is wise. Prov. xi. 30.
And they that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the
firmament : and they that turn many to righteousness, de
the stars, forever and ever.-Dan. xii. 3,
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