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The Benefits annexed to a Participation in the
the Lord's Supper, considered,
THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD,
IN THE YEAR MDCCCXXVI:
THE LATE REV. JOHN BAMPTON, M. A.
CANON OF SALISBURY.
WILLIAM VAUX, B.D.
DOMESTIC CHAPLAIN TO HIS GRACE THE ARCHBISHOP OF
CANTERBURY, AND LATE FELLOW OF
MOST REVEREND FATHER IN GOD,
BY DIVINE PROVIDENCE,
LORD ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY,
PRIMATE OF ALL ENGLAND,
My LORD, IN seeking a patron for the Volume now presented to your GRĄCE, it was natural that I should address myself to one, to whom, though already under deep obligations, I had found, by experience, that it was not painful to be a debtor. There seemed too to be a propriety in placing under your GRACE's protection a course of Sermons, preached before that body,
my connection with which I primarily owe my introduction to your GRACE, and the distinguished honour of an ap
pointment as one of your Domestic Chaplains.
For the readiness with which my request to that effect was acceded to, I have now to renew my acknowledgments; and publicly to express my sense of your GRACE's kindness and condescension, in permitting the following Work to appear under the sanction of a name, which cannot but ensure it a favourable reception, in the first instance, from those, whose judgment must finally decide upon its merits.
With unfeigned sentiments of duty and respect,
I have the honour to be,
most obliged and most obedient servant,
October 6. 1826.
Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them.