pace with it ; for it makes men candid and open to con-viction, and these infailibly lead us to wisdom, know-ledge, usefulness, worth, and felicity, while pride pro-duces nothing but i^dranice> hatred, persecution, war,sin, and misery — ^thatone << makes a heaven of hell,"the olher *« a hell of heaven." P. 25.LECTURE IV.TAB HAUE SbB^ECT C0TIU«1>»That the best are generally the most humble. That hecannot be proud who knows the purity required of him ;how much he has to learn ; the nature and extent of hisduly, and who believes in an Omnipresent Being. Thatpride begets sin, and separates us from heaven; thathumility begets penitence, and reunites us to heaven.The temper and spirit of Christian humility. P. 33.LECTURE V.THE ADVATAGES OF AFFLICTIO TO THE MID.Bletsed are they that mourn : for they shall be comforted,. That these beatitudes should be treated as general prin-ciples ; and that by partial and party views much evil isproduced. That it is a general principle, that afflictionproduces good ; and that if pain, disappointment^ mi-COTETS. Vaery, poverty, and diBtre9B, prodace repentance, sobriety,irirtae, goodneaa, wisdom, and happiness, the purchaseia still A cheap one. That this view of the sjal^ectgiTe^ unspeakable comfort to the .ooind. P. 43.LECTURB YI.