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1. THE BISHOPRIC OF JERUSALEM.
1. STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS BY AUTHORITY.
2. PALMER'S AIDS TO REFLECTION.
II. PSEUDO HIGH-CHURCHMANSHIP.
1. SERMONS AT THE OPENING OF LEEDS CHURCH.
2. PERCEVAL'S LETTER TO THE BISHOP OF CHESTER.
3. HOOK'S MODERATION OF THE CHURCH.
4. PALMER'S LETTER TO GOLIGHTLY.
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THE BISHOPRIC OF THE UNITED CHURCH OF ENGLAND AND IRELAND AT JERUSALEM; Considered in a Letter to a Friend. By JAMES R. HOPE, B.C.L., Scholar of Merton, Chancellor of the Diocese of Salisbury. London: Stewart. 1841.
WHEN the Apostle of the Gentiles had accomplished his perilous voyage, and was arrived almost in sight of the Imperial city, he "thanked God, and took courage." The toils and dangers through which he had passed were forgotten in the animating prospect which lay before him. The handful of disciples, who came to meet him at Appii Forum, were to his eagle-vision an earnest of the future triumphs of the Gospel through all the wide-extended provinces of Imperial Rome. His prophetic ear, in the greetings