This title is a series of 13 Lectures delivered by William Jay at Argyle Chapel.
The design of this Series of Lectures was – to diversify a little the ordinary course of ministerial instruction – to excite and secure attention by a degree of allowable novelty and curiosity – and to bring together various things pertaining to the same subject; so that they might aid each other in illustration and improvement, by their arrangement and union.
The work contains many of the Author’s views on important subjects after considerable experience and observation.
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Rev. William Jay (1769–1853) was an English nonconformist divine who preached for sixty years at Argyle Chapel in Bath. He was an eminent English Congregationalist minister of Regency England.