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EVERY MAN'S ASSISTANT,

AND THE

SICK MAN'S FRIEND.

BY

SIR J. STONHOUSE, Bart. M.D.

(Formerly of St. John's College, Oxford,)

RECTOR OF GREAT AND LITTLE CHEVEREL, WILTS.

Behold thou hast instructed many, and thou
hast strengthened the weak hands. Thy words
have upholden him who was falling, and thou hast
strengthened the feeble knees. Job iv. 3, 4.

As one condemned to leap a precipice,
Who sees before his eyes the depth below,
Stops short, and looks about for some kind shrub
To break his dreadful fall; so I look here
For friendly aid against the fears of death.

Dryden.

A New Edition,
Revised and carefully Corrected from the last Manuscript
Notes of the Author, by his only surviving Son,

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THE REV. T. STONHOUSE-VIGOR,

CHAPLAIN TO THE BISHOP OF HEREFORD.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR F. C. AND J. RIVINGTON; LONGMAN AND CO.
J. RICHARDSON, AND JOHN ROBINSON; BY AND

FOR BINNS AND ROBINSON, BATH.

BOD

26.7.13972

TO THE

REV. TIMOTHY STONHOUSE, M.A.

OF ORIEL COLLEGE, OXFORD,

THIS LITTLE VOLUME

15 INSCRIBED,

AS A MARK OF PARENTAL REGARD,

BY HIS

AFFECTIONATE FATHER,

JAMES STONHOUSE.

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