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An Address to the Inhabitants of the Colonies

established in New South Wales and Norfolk Island

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Author: Richard Johnson
Published: 1792
Language: English
Wordcount: 13,043 / 43 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 70.9
LoC Category: J
Downloads: 799
mnybks.net#: 4005
Genre: Politics
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I call my parish, and consequently of my parochial duty, is enlarging daily. On the other hand, my health is not so good, nor my constitution so strong, as formerly. And therefore I feel it impracticable, and impossible for me, either to preach, or to converse with you so freely, as my inclination and affection would prompt me to do.

I have therefore thought it might be proper for me, and I hope it may prove useful to you, to write such an Address as I now present you with. I transmitted a copy of it to my friends in England with a request, that if they approved of it, a sufficient number might be printed, and sent to me. Thus I am now able to leave with you a testimony of my affection for you, and of my sincere and heart-felt concern, for your BEST, because your ETERNAL, welfare. My times are in the hand of God. He, and He only, knows how long I may live, or how long my present connection with you, may continue. I trust, however, that so long as the all-wise Disposer of all events shall be pleased to spa

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