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"THE SIGNS OF THE TIMES,"
PREACHED AT MARGARET'S CHAPEL
IN THE CITY OF BATH.
REV. HARVEY MARRIOTT,
RECTOR OF CLAVERTON, AND CHAPLAIN TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE
PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR BY
RICHARD CRUTTWELL, ST. JAMES'S-STREET, BATH;
AND PUBLISHED BY
HATCHARD AND SON, PICCADILLY, LONDON; AND JOHN UPHAM, BATH.
IT is not with the rash attempt to explain unfulfilled prophecy, nor with the desire of scrutinizing presumptuously into the hidden ways of God, that the Author ventures to submit the following Sermons to the public eye. He would strongly endeavour, in the transactions of public, as well as in the most minute circumstances of private life, so far only to trace the finger of God," as shall make these events, what they seem always intended to be, illustrative of spiritual good. In the wonders of providential guidance, whether manifested in the Word, in the Works, or in the Ways of God, he would gladly have his own mind led to see God's love manifested throughout, in tender mercy warning, or in parental love inviting, all to seek after and to