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16 107, 165

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5 122, 143

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6 122, 143

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26 123, 163
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28 163
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I 152
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5 152
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Ch. V. Page
REVELATION iii. 14 186 REVELATION xix. 17 184
19 179

18 184
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8 178, 193

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9 179

6 187
10 179

12 189
11 179, 193

13 189
V.
12 193

14 189
13 181, 193

15 189
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7 190

22 191
16 182

23 191
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9 193

27 190
10 193

xxii.

1 63
14 193

3 191
15 193

4 191
17 190, 193

5 191
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6 190

13 182
14 182
15 182

6 192

6 183

9 89

7 183

12 52
13 177, 190

xvii. 14 184, 193
xix. 13 185

16 145,184

16 192

17 63

The doctrine of the first chapter having been im-
pugned in a pamphlet intitled “ Remarks on a Scriptu-
ral Confutation, &c.” is vindicated in “ An Inquiry
into the Belief of the Christians of the first three Cen-
turies respecting the one Godhead of the Father, Son,
and Holy Ghost, &c.” P.

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Page 41-Pliny's Epistle to Trajan, giving him an
account of the professours of Christianity, is alluded to;
in which he says of them, “Carmenque Chrifto quasi
6. Deo dicere fecum invicem.”

PAGE 217-The horrid persecution carried on in
Africa, against the Believers in the Godhead of our
Saviour, by the Arian tyrant HUNERIC, in the fifth
century, is alluded to-See Mofheim's Ecclefiaftical
History, Vol. I. p. 401, Octavo, 1768.

Page 219-In support of what I have said concern-
ing Mr. Hume, fee his works paffim. Or rather save
yourself the disagreeable labour, and attentively read
Dr. Beattie's manly and convincing Esay on the Nature
and Immutability of Truth, in opposition to Sophistry ana
Scepticism; in which you will find Mr. Hume already
detected.-See also Harris's well-authenticated Historical
and Critical Account of Charles I. p. 264, Oétavo, 1758,
where the Infidelity of the Historian is pointed out,

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