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People called, in Scorn,
and Doctrines, by many Arguments, deduced from
Presented to the KING,
Written in Latin and English
The Seventh Edition in English.
believing all Things which are written in the Law and the Prophets.
Men. Verf. 12. Teaching ss, that denying Ungodliness, and worldly Lefts, we Mhould
. 14. Who gave himself for us, that he might rederm us from all Iniquity, and pro
D U B L I N,
in Meath ftreet. MDCC XXXVII.
The Errata in the Dublin Edition of R. Barclay's Apo.
logy, 1737, which may be amended with a Pen. Page Line
33 spoken of above spoken above 31 19 so juft
so ; just 37 As those
it were not 202
I expect 216 18 Substantantive
For have not arrived Read have arrived 282 without all *
without a 283 31 Theolick
than 406 II Repenance
Repentance 440 17 is would
it would 483 3 but that is
but that it is 492
but but by 520 30
CHARLES II. | KING GREAT-BRITAIN,
And the Dominions thereunto belonging :
ROBERT BARCLAY, A Servant of Jesus Christ, called
called of God to the Dispensation of the Gospel
, now again Revealed, and after a long and dark Night of Apottaste, commanded to be Preached to all Nations, Wilheth Health and Salvation.
Sthe Condition of Kings and Princes puta
View and Observation of the World, than that of other Men, of whom (as Cicero observes) aeither any Word or Action can be obscure (* :)