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of the common Rights of
Christians, and of the Sufficiency and Per-

fection of Scripture, without the Aid of human

Schemes, Creeds, Confessions, &c. Price is. 6 d.

II. A Paraphrase and Notes on the Epistle to the

Romans. To which is prefixed, A Key to the Apofto-
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These by the same AUTHOR.

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2 Thel. ii. 1,-12. 2. A Letter to a Friend, concern-

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the Letter on Prayer, concerning the Views which we
ought to have in Praying; the drawing up proper
Forms; the Use of Scripture Language; the Confer-
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been guilty of. 4. The 30th Dissertation of Maximus
Tyrius, concerning this Question, " Whether we
“ ought to pray to God, or no?Translated from
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revealed Mystery. Christ came not to call the Righ-
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universal Liberty and free Inquiry. A Fast Sermon,
representing several Vices of the Nation. A Thankf-
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1 Timothy,
1 Thessalonians,

2 Thessalonians, 2 Timothy,
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