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WV constantly in Mind, as long as he is reading the Answer to it. For, without this, it will be impossible for him to judge, whether the Proofs, which I offer in Defence of my Answer, be pertinent or not. To help in this the Reader's Memory, in the next Impression (is there be any) the Questions, as far as is necessary, shall be set in a small Character, at the Top of every Page. Some Reflections on Mr, Chillingworth'j Book will also be added.
June 28. Anno 1727.
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PAGE 12, line c, read equally, p. 14, 1. 3, r. be tan stand, that he tan live. p. 34, 1. 28, by such, r. such. p. 42, I.18, and, r. or. p. 86,1. 17, r. invincibly* 1. 19. r.b'y an. p. 90, 1. 7, r. whither, p. 91,17, r. t» come. p. 97, 1. 8, r. Questions. 1. ly, r. than. 1. 17, other, r. their, p. 106, 1. ult. has, r. have. p. 117,1. penult- in the World, r- in the whote. p. 116, I- anrepen Communion, r. the distinctive Articles of her Communion, p. 133,1. 26", we, r. which we. p 134,1.10, r. with wtiom. 1. 11, blot out with. p. 1 36", 1. 29, r. v. 1 $. But. p. 141, l.'.r.S. Mat. xviii. p. 144,1.3,is, r. is diverting himself, and fighting, p. 15-5, 1. 20, r. Regard, of. p. icTi, L 7,r. against the. p. 174, 1. ult. since these, r. since few or none of these, p. 216,1.10, r. and Pope. p. 236", 1. iy, r. Bishop, p. *S3. 1. 7.r- Iconoclasts, p. 262, 1. 24, if, r. ot p. 281,1. 10, r. respective.
In the Bottom Notes. P. s, 1.3, r. tbtinuit. p. 17, 1.1, Q. iv, r. g. vi. p. 33,1.4 r.fubpcere. 1.7,r.E. Pour. p. 95,1.1, r. injuptr. 1. 3,r. exerta. p. 107,1. 3,r. Jwventutem. p. 108, I. a, r. Reliquils. p. 109,1. 8, r. OffloJi|f£. p. 1 if, 1. 4, r. lxi, Son. p. 116,1. la, r. Divatiftas quetftio. p. tt*. 1. 4. r. orbe. p. 224, 1. ult. r. 1710 E. p. 229. 1.11, lubditis, r JubjeSit. p. 268,1. 6, r. dQ&Ile'luv. p. 271,1. pen. r. Lib. v. p. 27j, 1.2,r. £Juo'trt&tti. 1. 1,7, non,r. nee.
Lefjer Faults I hope the Reader will pardon; Aswhtn Verbs and Aaverbs begin with great Letters. So he will find Apostacy p. xviii, If?,21 J, 260 x6l,for Apostasy ; Complement p. 140, tor Compliment. Pioclesian p. 64, 6$, for Diocletian. Prisciiianists p 64, 282, for Piiscillianists. Anastatius p. 224, for Anasta«ius Appollomusp 268, for Apollonius. usemg p. 74, for using. Bialsp. 7J, 183, for Bias, coppy p. uj, fir copy. Corpcre and litteris, p. 116, 117, for Corpote and literis &c. p. 204, I quote modern Controversy as mine j because I writ that Part of it, tho* not the whole Book.
Is not this general Rule, that none are favd out of the
1$ it not uncharitable and barbarous to oblige all
Is not every one sav a, who lives according to his
Cannot a Man have a saving Faith in any Com-
Is not this the Word of Faith, that if you Jbatt con-
Do we not TZ&&,Whotver believes, that Jesus isChrisi,
Does not the Scripure fay, or suppose, that of all
Is not a Reformation, in wicked Times, a real
Cannot a Man be sav'd at present, is he be iiv
bove mention a. p. 7 *
Can a Person be in a State os Salvation, who is
If the Catholick Church did not think all Persons
Are not new Terms of Communion, new Defi-
Is the Faith and Language of the Catho
Is the Discipline 01 the Catholick Church
Are Protestants the whole Catholick Churc
Were the Vaudois, or poor Men of Lyons, the who
Did the Greeks before their Schism, own the Posit
Did the Bishops ofRow, before Boniface the 5 c
Does not the Spirit fay exprejly, that in the latter times
and See of Rome, the Catholick Church? P- 2%l