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Bishops generally oppose zealous clergymen

should preach boldly and faithfully
conduct of, cause of the increase of Dissenters

names of, very pompous
Blackmore, opinion of, on the Bible
Boerhaave, eminent for devotion
Boileau, a great admirer of the Bible
Bolingbroke speaks favourably of the gospel

egregiously mistaken
an immoral man

died a deist
Bonnet, on the facts of the New Testament
Bonnell, made the Scriptures his daily study
Books in favour of the Jewish and Christian religions

to promote the spirit of religion recommended

number of, published in Germany
Bounty, Queen Ann's, obtained by Burnet
Boyle, entertained an awful sense of God

a great lover of the Bible

on the unreasonableness of deists
Brandt, conversion of, from infidelity
Briefs, church, some account of
Brown, a firm believer

Thomas, lived laughing, but died groaning
Bruno, burn for an atheist
Bryant, quotation from
Bucer wished for farther reformation
Buckingham, reproved by Waller

pathetic letter from
Burnet, great diligence of

opinion of, concerning the clergy
attempted a reformation
considered subscription as an imposition
on pluralities
on the corruption of our clergy

on the Athanasian creed
dying declaration of

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Calvin a persecutor
Canons, oath of, obedience to the, extremely wrong

no bishop in England complies with the whole
Capel, eminent for devotion
Carlyon, resignation of
Cathedrals, income of
Charles II. a persecutor

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Chatham considered the liturgy as popish

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Chesterfield, sickness and death of
letters of

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two anecdotes concerning

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convinced by the present state of the Jews 125
China, population of

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Children presented to church livings

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Chillingworth, declaration of, on the Bible

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on subscription to the 39 arti.
cles

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Christ, why not sent sooner

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prophecies concerning

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kingdom of, extremely glorious

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Christianity admits no establishment

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mysteries of, no objection to it

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Christians, corruption of, owing to the clergy

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-knavery of, no objection to Christianity

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animosities of, cause of infidelity

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number of, in the world

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Church of Christ incapable of a temporal head

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of England, income of

preferments-by money or interest 183
objections to

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Church livings, monopoly of, a curse to the country

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wardens, generally perjured

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Cicero, quotations from

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Claude, edifying death of

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Clark on Christianity recommended

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the incarnation

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Clergy, of the establishment, in England

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immoral, do much harm

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income of

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an eighteenth part of the, enjoy all the best pre-
ferments

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superior, extremely to blame

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the 18,000 might do wonders-

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negligence of the, cause of the increase of Dis.
senters

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misconduct of

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the most pious called Methodists
as a body, excellently learned

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reproof of

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Clergy and people of Ireland in a low state

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- horribly cruel under Lewis XIV.

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Cobold's essay on the historic form of Scripture

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Colchester, conversion of

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Collins, choice companion of

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Comets, number of, discovered

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Conscience, power of

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Cooke's account of a deist

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Corruption general, of the country

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Corporation act

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Cotes, character of

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Cowley, opinion of, on the Bible

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Cranmer on Prebendaries

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wished for further reformation

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---a persecutor

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Cowper, quotations from

11, 32, 82, 97,177, 190, 191
Creed, Athanasian, some thoughts on

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Cromwell could repeat the New Testament

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Curates, frequently guilty of non-residence

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Dacier, on the Psalms and Prophets

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D'Alembert died ill

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Daniel's prophetic dream illustrated

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vision

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Davies, quotation from

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David, vindicated

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Daubeny's Guide to the Church censured

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Death-beds most edifying scenes

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Death, triumphant, desirable

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Deans, number of

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Deists, several, speak well of the gospel

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mostly immoral

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most believe in a future state

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folly.of

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nothing can justify, but demonstration

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appeal to, on the Scripture characters

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remonstrance with

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ungrateful

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address to

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many, earthly, sensual, deyilish

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if sincere, ought to appoint missions

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a conscientious, preferable to a secular priest

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curious confession of a

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shocking death of a

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Derry-bishop of, an unpardonable non-resident
Devil, proofs of the existence of

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Diderot died meanly

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Dillon, earl of Roscommon, penitent death of

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Dispersion of mankind no objection to Scripture

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Dissenters, number of

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Dissenters making great exertions

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Doctrines, mysterious, of Scripture not to be rejected
Doddridge on popish superstitions

-Lectures of, recommended
Dryden, quotation from
Duelling, unchristian
Duncan prayed before he fought
Dykern, conversion of

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East-Indies, conduct of Englishmen in the
Edward VI. greatly reverenced the Bible
Egypt, prophecies concerning, conclusive
Elizabeth, a great lover and reader of the Bible
Emmerson, wicked life and unpleasant death of
Emperors, Roman, slew 5000 christians daily
England, one of the ten kingdoms to fall

only way of its escaping destruction
church of, eldest daughter of Rome
in danger without a reform

people of, depraved
Enthusiasm, lively religion not
Erasmus exhorts all men to read the Bible
Erskine, a serious christian

oration of, against Paine

quotations from
Establishments of religion, causes of infidelity
Euler, character of

letters of
Europe, inhabitants of
Evangelists, have drawn a finished character
Eveleigh, quotation from, on prophecy

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Facts of the Old Testament confirmed by existing circum-

stances
Fenelon, a most admirable character
Ferguson, on Daniel's prophecy
Fish, species of

a cod, produces 3,500,000 young at a time
Fly, a, brings forth 2000 young at once
France, church of, account of

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Franklin an infidel
French, tools in God's hand to punish the nations

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French philosophers as cruel as kings or parsons

revolution, a tremendous event

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Gardiner eminent for devotion

delivered from the dominion of lust

called the happy rake
Garzo, edifying death of
George 11. spent much time in private prayer
Germany, Charles V. of, retires from the world
Gibbon, death of
Gildon, conversion of
Gisborne's reflection on Paley
Godwin, Mrs. character and death of
Gospel, why the deists cannot receive it

challenges investigation
in England a civil institution
use and abuse of the
opposers of, its best friends
intention of the
difficulties of the, no objection to its truth
cause of misery to mankind
why not published to all nations

why permitted to be corrupted
Gouge read fifteen chapters of the Bible daily
Gray's Key to the Old Testament recommended
Grey, Lady, dying present of, to her sister
Greeks and Armenians, number of in the world
Grew, a great admirer of the Bible
Grimstone, eminent for devotion
Grotius, a great lover of the Bible

death of

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Haller, death of
Halley, a deist through inattention
Hall, quotation from
Hale, a great admirer of the Bible
Halyburton, life of, recommended
Hammond
Harrington, eminent for piety
Hartley on the fall of religious establishments

a great admirer of the Bible
Hartopp made the Bible his daily study
Hatton, dying advice of

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