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POSTHUMOUS WORKS

OF THE

REV. JOHN HARRIS, D.D.

EDITED BY THE

REV. PHILLIP SMITH, B. A.,

LATE COLLEAGUE OF DR. HARRIS IN CHESIUNT COLLEGE, AND IN

NEW COLLEGE, LONDON.

Works by John Harris, D.D.,

PUBLISHED BY

GO U L DAN D LINCOLN, ,

59 WASHINGTON STREET

I.

TIE GREAT TEACHER; 0, Characteristics of our Lord's Ministry. With an Intro

ductory Essay by HIEMAN HUMPIIREY, D. D. 12mo, cloth. Price 85 cents.

II.

TIIE GREAT COMMISSION; or, the Christian Church constituted and charged to

convey the Gospel to the world. A Prize Essay. With an Introductory Essay by

WILLIAM R. WILLIAMS, D. D. 12mo, cloth. Price $1.00.

III.

TIE PRE-ADAMITE EARTH; Contributions to Theological Science. New and Re

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MAN PRIMEVAL; or, the Constitution and Primitive Condition of the Iluman Being.

With a finely engraved Portrait of the Author. 12mo, cloth, Price $1.25.

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PATRIARCHY; or, The Family, its Constitution and Probation.

Contributions to Theo

logical Science, 12mo, cloth. Price $1.25.

The immense sale of Dr. Harris's Works, both in this country and in Europe, attest

their intrinsic worth and great popularity.

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SERMONS

AND

ADDRESSES

DELIVERED ON

SPECIAL OCCASIONS.

BY

JOHN HARRIS, D.D.,

LATE PRESIDENT OF NEW COLLEGE, LONDON ; AUTHOR OF "THE GREAT TEACHER,"
"THE GREAT COMMISSION," PRE-ADAMITE EARTH,' MAN PRIMEVAL,"

“PATRIARCIIY," ETC. ETC.

SECOND SERIES.

BOSTON:

GOULD AND LINCOLN,

59 WASHINGTON STREET.

NEW YORK: SHELDON, BLAKEMAN & CO.

CINCINNATI: GEORGE S. BLANCHARD.

1858.

PREFACE.

THE former volume contained those Sermons which had for their theme the everlasting being and perfections of God, and their manifestation by Him to man; the incarnation, the work, and the sacrifice of Christ, and the nature, progress, and final establishment of His kingdom upon earth.

The present series begins with man, viewed first as God created him, then as fallen and again redeemed; and, in this character, as made the servant of his Saviour in a new course of inward life and outward duties. These Sermons are, however, naturally more miscellaneous as to their subjects than those in the former volume; and the Editor's chief object has been to give a specimen of the Author's manner of treating each great topic of discourse. The two Sermons on the Christian Ministry and

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