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God; by his profounder obedience and submission to the will of the Father; and by his brighter, his more express, manifes. tation of the love and tenderness of the Deity towards sinful and suffering men.
While preparing materials for his work, the author received proposals from the American Unitarian Association, offering to adopt it as one of their publications. It will, of course, be understood that this is an approval only of the general spirit and aim of the book, not as an indorsement of all its opinions. Grateful for the encouragement thus extended to his labors, he hopes that he may have contributed something, by these pages, to the cause of liberal Christianity, which the publications of that Association are so well calculated to promote.
22, SCHOOL STREET, BOSTON,
Oct. 15, 1855.