By Henry Parry Liddon, D.D., D.C.L., LL.D.
Late Canon and Chancellor of St. Paul's.
AMONG the papers left by Dr. Liddon was a collection of Passiontide Sermons, which he is known to have intended for publication. It has seemed to his literary executors that no time should be lost in carrying out his intention with regard to these Sermons. They have added to them two (IV. and XIV.) also preached in passiontide, two others (XVI. and XVII.) preached in Lent, and four short Sermons (XVII.-XXI.) on the first four Penitential Psalms, preached by Dr. Liddon on Wednesdays in Lent, in his turn as Chancellor of St. Paul's Cathedral. The Sermons are arranged according to their subjects; and it has been thought best to print them in their entirety, although some repetition of doctrinal statements is necessarily involved in this course.
ST. ANDREW'S EVE,