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Rational Illustration of the Book of Common
Prayer, &C. Wherein Liturgies in general are
The Nicene and Athanafian Creeds, fo far as they
Subjects and Occasions.
Now published from the AUTHOR's Manuscripts
fix having been separately printed before.
By CHARLES WHEATLY, M. A.
With a PRE FACE
By JOHN BERRIMAN, M. A.
In THREE VOLUMES.
V OL. J.
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HE Reverend and very worthy Au. thor of the following Sermons, was
highly and deservedly esteemed, both for his Life and Writings.
His Ingenuity and Learning, Vivacity and Affability, Integrity and Piety, - made him greatly valued by all his Acquaintance: And his Writings have added to the Credit of his Name, and rendered his Usefulness much more extensive.
He was the Son of Mr. Yohn Wheatly, a reputable and wealthy Tradesman in Paternofter Row, London ; where he was born Feb. 6. 1685-6. He was educated at Mera' chant Taylors School, from whence he went to St. John's College in Oxford, and was sometime a Commoner there, but afterwards elected Fellow as FOUNDER'S KINSMAN, by his Mother's Side ; whose Maiden Name was White, and from whose Parents for Want of Male Iffue, an Estate at Fifield, in Berkfaire descended to the College. He was several Years a Curate and Lecturer in London, till by the Favour of the Reverend Dr. Aftry, Treasurer of St. Paul's, he was prefented to two small Vicarages, Furneux and Brent Pela bạm in Hartfordshire. They lay contiguous,