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He served in the Army in Germany, under the late Marquis of
Granby, and was afterwards an honourable Member of the
Whoso is wise, and will observe these things, even they shall understand the lovingkindness of the Lord. PSALM cvii. 43.
With an APPENDIX by
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Introduction written by the Author, many
Years after the Narrative i.
As the worthy Author of the following Narrative has been dead more than six years, it appears necessary that the Reader should be informed of those circumstances which have been the occasion of its present publication. When Mr. Foxwell was removed from this vale of tears, the church in Eagle Street, of which he was å very honourable member, was destitute of a pastor ; I was therefore requested by his widow, and surviving friends, to attend his interment in Bunhill Fields, and preach his funeral sermon in Eagle Street, from 2 Cor. vi. 2.
« Behold, now is the accepted time: behold, now is the day of salvation.” As the words did not appear to me remarkably appropriate, I inquired whether any particular reasons were assigned why they were chosen ; when I was informed that Mr. F. had been enabled by the grace of God to say, that death had been his favourite subject for more than twenty years, he had been looking for it not only with humble confidence, believe