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lity of a religious feet, no certain proof of their religious sentiments being true-How Mr. Phipps ought to answer this treatise-Wbat bas occafioned the delay of its publication --Nobody answerable for the opi. nions it contains, but the writer himself — If the subje Et be treated fairly and plainly, common sense will determine on which fide tbe truth liesa
CH A P. I.
Things granted by Mr. Beasley and the Apologist concerning Scripture and right reason. Pages
CH A P. II.
1. The futility of some reserves in the former concef
fions. 2. The distinction concerning the Scriptures, which allows them only to be a Secondary and Inadequate rule, exploded. 3. Mr. Phipps's remarks on Scripture and right reason considered. shown, that other people have a right to appeal unto the Spirit, as well as the Quakers. 5. It is very observable, that Barclay argues in a circle upon this subject
4. It is
С Ć HA P. III.
1. George Fox's supposed divine call, or mission, ex
amined by his own pretensions in his journal. 2. Barclay's also considered. 3. The measure of the Spirit, allowing, for argument's sake, their call to be genuine, they may be supposed to have pofelfed.
Some terms and distinctions of Mr. Barclay exa-
bate fairly stated, and one of Mr. Barclay's argu-
C H A P.
The Reader is desired, before be peruses this Piecè, to cora
rect the following Mistakes : Page 4. line 6, for thewn, read hown ; p. 9. 1. 25, for fubtiltjes, read subtleties ; p. 19. 1. 22, for of the other, read those of the other; p. 22. 1. 25, for Mr. B--d--y's, read Mr. Beasley's; p. 30. l: 21 for powers, read power; p. 53. lat line of the lait note, for Chytracum, read Chytræum; p. 54. 1. 26. for included, read include; p. 55. 1. 9, fir Mr. B----y, read Mr. Beasley; p. 56.1. 1, for Barclay's, read Barclay : 1. 3. for B--1--y's, read Beasley's; 1 14. for Mr, B--ff--y, read Mr. Beasley ; p. 80. 1. 32, for reportor, read report ; p. 99. 1. 33, for at read as ; p. 101. 1. 32. for them, read it; p. 112 1 11, ofter the end of the line injert point ; p. 117.1.21 for fapientiam, riad sapientem ; p. 146. 1. 2. for subtilty read subtlety ; 1. 12, fir Phipp’s, read Phipps's; l 28,
for their read there ; p. 148 1. 9. fir fearyenor, riad svuygensor ; p. 150. last note, for yeeropdvor, read yevó juivov; p. 158. 1. 2, for analyzed, rad analysed ; 1. 9, for analyze, read analyse; p 160. 1. 36. after there is infert a; p. 164. 1. 20. for pwe, read Ows; p. 165. 1. 4. for imagine, read imagined ; p. 175. 1. 12, 14, for continud, read continu'd; p. 176. 1. 1, of the note, fir çowToleopol, read
(WO TOLEO MO!; p. 181. last noter fur autan, read, aut ay p. 182. 1. 15, for ir, riad it; p. 184. 1. 36, for tells, read tell; por 185, 1. 14, f., John ii. 10 read John iv. 10; p. 189. 1. 15, for Apol. 148, read Apol. p. 148; p. 195. last line of the note, for Vilth, read Vlth propofition; p. 197. 1. 2, for Thew, read show; p. 205, for ngiect, read neglect; p. 222. 1. 29, for fubtilty, read lubtlety.