Excerpt from Sermons, Lectures, and Addresses
The one intended. If any of the sermons I de livered when in the clerical profession were to be given the public, it seemed to me best that they should be printed now precisely as they were de livered then. I have, therefore, refrained from changing a word or reconstructing a sentence in them. I have not even allowed myself to read the proof sheets, lest I should be overtempted, by faults perceived, to re-edit them. The thought and word stand here precisely as conceived and.
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