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Jones, of Hayland, on the Tunity,
From Dr Paros Litrary, with this sins:
it the names also of two other earlier or late somers Steel" F"). Valentine
The volume contains beardes the orginal "Essay on writ" two subsequent treatives in defence of the "Epay":" Parri is probably the same book named on p. 34 of Fatigue.
Parr, though himself of Unitarian Ceanings, ems to have things Claptons deminden crisistent At his relarming his f
Parrin 7.5971 1. 597 of the same Catalogue named a Tract with the Title "A Plain Ansower to the estion "Why dow not Dayton. Biskop of Rugher, rengh his preferment?" 1753" the tract is descubed as containing a 4/5 note of Paris in these words "This Book ) The Plain nower has much derling sense, much scuteness, much vivacity to is able to refute it? Not J. Or: does, the Tract in ques in defend the retention by thrutarians of Charch livings ?
Allebone, opends & this Arren treature
adopted of fiebbched by B. Clayton, Ian having clecited "bes from levent, or thirty contur ; & that the Irish Convo-nation had determined to proceed against the Berkeß, wher he was seized with a nervous lever, which terminated his Safe, February 26, 1758. But for her pay be wouts have. Teen made Abp of Them. B. 1695. S. 1758. de arde also on Bibheal Chisondig in Propher, on Script. Sectory in reply to Bolingbroke (in 3 parts. 61752-7.)
In the Preface to his work in responses, forces of Staphand replies to the second Torative in the present volume :" "A Defence of the They on Prout "14753. Neither heriginal Gayest nor his Defender, exppong them too separate percompetent to meet foxes of Maryland"
Effay on Spirit,
The Doctrine of the TRINITY
In the Light of NATURE and REASON; AS WELL AS
If the Light in which it was held by the ancient Hebrews:
Compared alfo with the Doctrine of the Old and New Teftament.
An INQUIRY into the Sentiments of the Primitive Fathers of the Church:
The Doctrine of the TRINITY as maintained by the Egyptians, Pythagoreans, and Platonifts.
Some REMARKS on
The ATHANASIAN and NICENE CREEDS.
Inanimum eft omne, quod impulfu agitatur externo; quod autem animal est, id motu cietur interiore, et fuo. CIC. Som. Scip.
From the Dublin Copy, with
ADDITIONS and CORRECTIONS by the AUTHOR.
LONDON, printed :
And fold by J. NooN in the Poultry, G. WOODFALL at Charing-Cross, and M. COOPER in Pater-nofter-row.
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