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William Beveridge D.D.
Lord Bishop of S! Asaph.

Ætatis Sue 71.

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The Sacred TEX T is reduc'd under

proper Heads, explain’d, and illustrated with the
Opinions and Authorities of the Ancient Fathers,
Councils, &c.

Lord Bishop of St. Afaph.

V O L. 1.

Printed for Rich. Smith in Exeter-Change

in the Strand. MDCC X.


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HEREAS Our Trusty and Well-beloved
Richard Smith, of our City of London, Book-

seller, has humbly represented unto Us, that he has, with great Labour, and Expence, prepared for the Press, a new Edition of the Sermons, and other Works, written in English by the Right Reverend Father in God, Dr. William Beveridge, Bishop of St. Asaph, deceased; and has therefore humbly befought Us to grant him our Royal Privilege and License, for the fole Printing and Publishing thereof, for the Term of Fourteen Years: We being willing to give all due Encouragement to Works of this Nature, tending to the Advancement of Piety and Learning, are graciously pleased to condescend to his Request: And do therefore, by these Presents, grant to him the faid Richard Smith, bis Executors, Administrators and Alligns, Our Royal License for the fole Printing and Publishing the English Works of the faid late Bishop of St. Afaph, for the Term of Fourteen Years, from the Date hereof; striąly forbidding all Our Subjects, within our Kingdoms and Dominions, to Reprint the same, either in whole, or in part; or to import, buy, vend, utter, or dis'. stribute any Copies thereof reprinted beyond Seas, during the aforesaid Term of Fourteen Years, without the Consent and Approbation of the said Richard Smith, his Heirs, Executors, and Afligns, under his or their Hands and Seals first had and obtained, as they will answer the contrary at their Perils. Whereof the Master, Wardens, and Company of Stationers are to take notice, that the fime may be entred in their Register, and that due Obedience be rendred thereunto. Given at our Court at Kensington, the sth Day of June, 1708, in the Seventh Year of our Reign.

By Her Majesty's Command,


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