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Context of The conclusion of Bishop Burnet's History : of his own time. Addressed to men of all orders and degrees. Being, as he himself calls it, a sort of testament or dying speech: In which he points out the several Grievances in Church and State, Errors in Education, Marriages, and several other things worthy of Notice; concerning which he gives most excellent Advice; and concludes with an exceeding good Address to our Princes, and a pathetic Exhortation to All to become truly Religious. The whole containing many alarming Truths, solemnly laid home to the Consciences of Men; in order to awaken them to a Sense of Religion, Virtue, and Public Spirit. The second edition. To which are added, his free, sincere, and remarkable letter to King Charles II. And the affecting, penitent letter of the Earl of Rochester to Doctor J. Peirce, President of Magdalen College Oxon, and afterwards Dean of Sarum
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