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Thoughts in Prison, Edited by Charles J. Rzepka
TEI

THOUGHTS IN PRISON ,
IN FIVE PARTS.

By the Rev. WILLIAM DODD, LL.D.

viz.
THE IMPRISONMENT. THE RETROSPECT. PUBLIC
PUNISHMENT. THE TRIAL. FUTURITY

TO WHICH ARE ADDED,
HIS LAST PRAYER,
Written in the Night before his Death :
THE CONVICT’S ADDRESS TO HIS UNHAPPY BRETHREN:
AND OTHER
MISCELLANEOUS PIECES :
WITH
AN ACCOUNT OF THE AUTHOR,
AND A LIST OF HIS WORKS.

“-----These evils I deserve, and more;
“Acknowledge them from God inflicted on me
“Justly; yet despair not of his final pardon,
“Whose ear is ever open, and his eye,
“Gracious to re-admit the Suppliant.”                      MILTON

THE THIRD EDITION,
WITH ADDITIONS.

London: PRINTED FOR C. DILLY, IN THE POULTRY.
MDCCLXXXIX

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Published @ RC

October 2010