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ART. I. Sermons, ly Christopher Wordsworth, D.D. Dean of Bocking, 2 vols. 8vo. 18s, Rivingtous. 1815

OUR sentiments respecting the necessity of the constant and continued publication of such sermons, as are calculated to display the doctrines, and to enforce the practice of Christianity, have been too lately declared to require any repetition in this place. Could our arguments be strengthened by any additional consideration, it would arise from the advantage resulting not to the readers only, but also to the authors. A powerful stimulus is applied by these means to the industry and to the zeal of the clergy; the desire of literary distinction, acting as an able subsidiary to the motives and the discharge of their more sacred du- , ties, inspires them with activity and vigour in the composition of such exhortations and instructions as are required from time to time to meet the ever varying errors and profligacies of the age. With a view, however distant, of submitting their compositions to the press, they are willing to expend more thought upon the subject, more accuracy upon the structure, and more pains upon the style, than if their labours, having answered the immediate purposes of delivery, were to be consigned to the darkmess and dust of the closet, there to remain till, after the regular interval of repose, the revolving year shall again give them their turn in the pulpit, - - - . . . Rursus et incipiant in corpora velle reverti,

again and again to undergo the customary operations of mouldering and revival. For it is upon ordinary occasions only that the activity of the clergy is roused and their energy increased by, the habit of publication; but when any extraordinary event de- - ...” -" mands vol. iv. August, 1815.

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