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T O

Mir

T

H E

RIGHT WORSHIPFUL

Sir

Henry

A[h

huff

Bari

SIR,

Am

not

a

little

f

nfble

of

the

great

Obligations you

laid

upon

the Reverend

Author

of

this following

Nar

rative,

of

f

which

neither was

his Senfe

fmall.

'Tis

well known to

me

and

others,

how

great

a

Veneration he

had

for

your

decea

/ed Father,

whom

he

took

to be

one

of

the

livelie.Ft

Inflances

and

Emblems

ofPrimitiveChrilli-

anity

that

ever

he

was acquainted

with.

Neither

am

I

ignorant

of

the very

great

ReJbeCls

he

delrvedly

bore

to

your

Self

and

Family.

The

remembrance

of

your

f

firm

and

generous

adhe

rence

to

him,

in

the

Day

of

his

Trial

and Dijirefi,

feems

to

me

greatly

to

ju/lifie your

Title

to

the

Dedication

of

this

Account

of

the

Perfon

and

Labours

which

youfo greatly

va

lued,

fo

publickly

own'

d.

He

took your

refolute Appearance

for

him, as

a delightful

demonFlration

of

your

great Re

fiefis

to

his

great

MaFler, and

for

the fame

MaFler's

fake

unto

himfelf.

He

ventur'd his

All

for

God,

andyou

expos'dyour

Self

for

him,to the feverely

trying

Entertain

ments

which he

met

with

in

open

Court,

from

Men

of

Place

and Figure

in

that

Day

;

wherein

their

indecent

Carriages

refleCled

great

Honour both

on

him

andyou, tho'

not

a little

D

(reputation

was

thereby

contrafled

to

them

felves.

Had

not

the Reverend

Author

plac'd

great

Confidence

in

you,

fo

great

a

Truff

as

his

laß

Will

and

iellament

re-

pos'd

in

you,

had

never

been

your Lot. To

be

Executor

to

two

'itch

Excellent

Perfons,

as

Mr,

Baxter

and

Mr;

A

2

Boyle,