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Page xciii - THE CHURCHMAN'S GUIDE ; a Copious Index of Sermons and other Works, by eminent Church of England Divines. Digested and arranged according to their subjects, and brought down to the present day. By the Rev. JOHN FORSTER, MA, Incumbent of the Royal Chapel in the Savoy, London.