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POSTHUMOUS WORKS 11

OF THE

LATE RIGHT REVEREND

JOHN HENRY HOBART, D.D.

BISHOP OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH

IN THE STATE OF NEW-YORK.

WITH

A MEMOIR OF HIS LIFE,

BY THE

REV. WILLIAM BERRIAN, D. D.

RECTOR OF TRINITI CHURCU, NEW-YORK.

IN THREE VOLUMES.

VOL, T. / 1

NEW-YORK:

PUBLISHED BY SWORDS, STANFORD, AND CO.

No. 152 Broadway.

1833.A

HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY

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Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1832, by Mary G. Hobart, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New-York.

EDWARD J. SWORDS, PRINTER,

No. 152 Broadway.

ADVERTISEMENT.

The great delay in the appearance of this Memoir has been occasioned by circamstances which were entirely beyond the control of the writer. Shortly after he had been requested to prepare it, he wrote to a number of the early friends of Bishop Hobart for information in regard to that part of his life with which he himself was personally unacquainted. A few promptly and cheerfully complied with his request. But from the inexcusable neglect of some, and the unaccountable tardiness of others, a year and a half passed away before materials enough were procured to form a connected narrative. At length, in the month of July, last summer, it was commenced, amidst an unexampled pressure of parochial duties, during the prevalence of a raging epidemic, and prosecuted since amidst all the ordinary distractions and labours of an ardous and responsible station.

New-York, May, 1833.

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