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and not capable of being introduced here; but what I have been able to bring into any proper connexion with the rest, and what seemed calculated to prove or illustrate the doćtrine under consideration, I have published; and the public may be sure they are not mistaken in receiving, as Mr. Fletcher's, what is presented to them as his.
Hull, Nov. 15, 1788.
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6. It is humbly hoped, that the friends of the }. gospel, will not (under pretence that they
and to warm their devotion, at a fire made up of coals taken from the altar of Sacred Truth. No man's time was ever lost, no believer's love was ever injured, by reading St. John's Gospel or his
Providence has its wife ends. There must be.
winnowing fan P and what are thorns to the fire P.