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which is alone adapted to the present age. It is by such a continual adaptation only, that the dignity of these institutions, and the hold they have upon public opinion, cau be maintained. The powerful arm of English law may indeed long secure their existence; but how much more enviable is that stability which is firmly rooted in the public esteem; the strength of which lies in the love and the honour not in the fears of men, and which visibly repays the protection of law by a more than adequate return of public benefits.

Note.-In our review of Mr. Biddulph's treatise on the Operation of the Holy Spirit, in our 61st Number, we had occasion to mention Dr. Knox's ' Christian Philosophy, and in page 124 noticed an inaccurate translation of the words ' Apostolicis literis.' We find that we were wrong in attributing the mistake to Dr. Knox. “At the time of writing we were unable to consult tine copy of Christian Philosophy' in which we believed that we had read it.

In page 123 we remarked that some valuable matter had been omitted in the edition of Christian Philosophy,' which forms part of the Collection of Dr. Knox's works, and that, except this had been done in compliance with the wishes of Dr. Knox, the editor had taken an improper liberty. This remark was made under a mistake arising from the circumstance of a spurious edition, printed about the same time, (which, for obvious reasons, followed the first edition,) having, by accident, fallen into our hands. We are informed that the genuine edition is reprinted from the last that was published in the lifetime of the author.

It has been observed, that the doctrine that Socrates was made wisdom and righteousness to the Grecian people not less than Jesus' was in reality maintained by Bishop Warburton, and was not censured by him as part of the ‘ paganized christianity' which he condemns. It has been also represented to us that our charge against Dr. Knox of misrepresenting that prelate upon this point arose from not carefully considering the import of Dr. Knox's note. In page 124 we extracted the passage on which our opinion was founded. We refer our readers to book iii. c. 3. of Warburton's Doc. trine of Grace from which it was taken. If indeed they should extend their perusal to the whole of the third book, they will, we are sure, feel amply rewarded for their trouble.

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