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ON THE

CA T E CHI S M

OF THE

CHURCH of ENGLAND:

WITH A

DISCOURSE

ON

CO N FI R Μ Α Τ Ι Ο Ν.

By THOMAS SECKER, LL. D.

Late LORD ARCHBISHOP of CANTERBURY.

THE SEVENTH EDITION.

Published from the Original Manuscripts
By BEILBY PORTEUS, D.D. and GEORGE STINTON, D.D.

His Grace's Chaplains.

V O L. II.

LONDON:
Printed for J. Rivington and Sons, St. Paul's Church-yard;
and B. WHITE and Son, at Horace's Head, Fleet-street.

M.DCCXC.

GIE

LECTURE XXII.

The Fifth Commandment.

Ρ Α R T Ι.

H Н

AVING explained the Precepts of

the first Table, which set forth the Duty of Men to God; I now come to those of the Second, which express our several Obligations one to another.

Now the whole Law, concerning these Matters, is briefly comprehended, as St. Paul very justly observes, in this one Saying, Thou Jhalt love thy Neighbour as thyself a. Our Neighbour is every one, with whom we have at any Time any Concern, or on whose Welfare our Actions can have any Influence. For whoever is thus within our Reach, is in the most important Sense. near to us, however distant in other Respects. To love

a Rom. xiii. g.
A 2

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