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SE R M ONS
ON THE DIGNITY OF MAN,
AND THE VALUE OF THE OBJECTS PRINCIPALLY RELATING TO.
CTS PRINCIPALLY RELATING
DIGNITY OF MAN,
From the German of the late
Minister of the Reformed Congregation at Leipfick.
By the Rev. IVilliam Tooke, F.R.S..
PRINTED BY A. STRAHAN, PRINTERS STREET,
As I delivered these fermohs occasionally, and Il not in the order they here follow on each other, nor upon any settled plan concerning the connection and arrangement of the subjects treated of, it is not unlikely that some readers may observe at least two defects in the work before them; that it is not complete and not sufficiently connected. I presume, however, that these do not essentially affect the undertaking. If every thing whatever that relates to human happiness, or is reckoned as pertaine ing to it, be not specifically and expressly handled; yet no kind or class of these objects is absolutely overlooked. And the order or succession of them may the more easily be changed by every perfon, according to his mind, as they are all distinct and separate treatises. Neither did I so much pretend to