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REV. LEGH RICHMOND, A. M.
OF TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE; RECTOR OF TURVEY.
BEDFORDSHIRE; AND CHAPLAIN TO HIS ROYAL
RECTOR OF BUNTON LATIMER, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE ;
AND VICAR OF BIDDENTIAM, BEDFORDSIIIRE.
PUBLISHED BY R. B. SEELEY AND W. BURNSIDE :
AND SOLD BY L. AND G. SEELEY,
A RECOMMENDATION of the Memoir of Legb Richmond is perfectly needless. Six large editions already printed and sold have shown sufficiently the interest that Christians have taken in this work. Indeed, wbile his own writings have been, and continue to be, so largely blessed, men will naturally be interested in the personal history of one thus bonoured of God. The memoir itself, also, is written in the same happy spirit of piety which God had given to him who is the subject of it; and is worthy of a permanent place in the Christian's Family Library.'
In preparing the present edition for the press, the editor has, after obtaining the consent of his valued friend, the author of this volume, omitted one or two leogthened passages, which relate to Mr. Richmond's children, with the intention of inserting them in an edition of the · Domestic Portraiture ;' where they will more naturally come ; and wbich will form a subsequent volume of the · Library. He has also omitted some enlargements in defence of Religious