The two following volumes contain, it is believed, the most complete collection of Dr Owen's Sermons which has ever been published.
The first volume (vol. viii.) includes all the Discourses which were published during the lifetime of the author. Among these there will be found his "Humble Testimony to the Goodness and Severity of God;" which -- though, from its length, it might rank as a separate treatise -- is comprehended in this volume, as it was the substance of some discourses, and is entitled by Owen himself a Discourse. Another valuable sermon, which we have discovered in the "Morning Exercises against Popery, at Southwark," though omitted in every previous collection of his Sermons, and in Russell's edition of his Works, we have not hesitated to include in the present collection, our conviction that it belongs to Owen resting on the high authority of Calamy,  who must have had the best opportunities of knowing what sermons, in a publication so important and celebrated as the "Morning Exercises," were the productions of our author.
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