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      FAITH IN JESUS CHRIST,

                            SUPPORTED

          BY PLAIN, POPULAR ARGUMENTS.

                           TAKEN FROM

                       JOHN V. 24 and 32.

HUMBLY recommended to YOUNG PEOPLE of all
  Ranks ; and more eſpecially to thoſe who may be
  led, from Inclination or Buſineſs, to go Abroad.

       By WILLIAM DALRYMPLE, D. D.

          ONE OF THE MINISTERS OF AYR.

THAT thou mighteſt know the certainty of thoſe things wherein
  thou haſt been inſtructed, LUKE i. 4.

FOR I know in whom I have believed, and I am perſuaded that
  he is able to keep that which I have committed unto him a-
  gainſt that day, 2 TIM. i. 12.

BE ye ready always to give an anſwer to every man that aſketh
  you a reaſon of the hope that is in you, with meckneſs and
  fear, 1 PET. iii. 15.

         PUBLISHED FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
                       POOR-HOUSE AT AYR.

                         A Y R :

               PRINTED BY JOHN WILSON.

                            M, DCC, XC.

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