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days, Fridays, and holydays, at 11
Peter, St., alias Westminster Abbey
-Daily, at S. 6, W.7, and 10 a. m.
and 3 p. m. Poplar Chapel-Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, at ll a. m. Holy Com.
Stephen, St. Coleman-street-Daily,
at 11 a. m. Holy Communion every
a. m.; and on Saturdays, in Lent at
4 p. m. Stratford-le-Bow-Wednesdays, Fri
days, holy and state days at 11
Prison of Queen's Bench Chapel,
Daily, at 7 a. m.
- Daily, at 11 a. m. and 4 p. m. in winter; only on Wednesdays, Fridays, and holydays in the summer;
but evenings always. Queen's-street, Great, Chapel-Daily,
at 11 a. m. and 4 p. m. Holy Com.
last Sunday in the month. The Rolls Chapel-Holydays, at 10
a. m. and 3 p. m. Holy Com. 7 times
a year. Saviour, St., or St. Mary's Overie,
holy and public days, at 11 a. m. Sepulchre, St., Snow-hill-Daily, at
S. 6, W. 7 a. m. and S. 3, W. 4
End-Daily, at 11 a. m.
a. m., and 4 p. m. Holy Com. 3rd
Swithine, St., Cannon-street-Daily,
at 11 a, m, and 5 p. m. Temple Church-Daily, at 8, or 7, or
9 a, m. and 4 p. m. Thomas, St., Southwark Wednesdays, Fridays, and holydays, at 11
Holy Com. 20 Sunday. Thomas, St., Hospital Chapel-Daily,
at 3 p, m. Trinity Chapel, Bond-street- Daily,
at 11 a, m., and 3 p. m. Holy Com.
3rd Sunday. Trinity in the little Minories—Holy
and public days, and in Lent on Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 11
Vedast, or St. Foster--Wednesdays,
Fridays, and holydays, at 11 a. m.;
evening, daily, at 6 p. m. Vintners’ Alms-houses Chapel-Wed
nesdays, Fridays, holy and public
days, at 11 a. m. Whitehall Chapel—Daily, at 11 a. m.
and 5 p. m. Holy Com. privately every Sunday, but publicly on the 1st Sunday.
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The following Works, all in single volumes, or pamphlets, and recently published, will be found more or less to uphold or elucidate the general doctrines inculcated in these Tracts :
Bp. Taylor on Repentance, by Hale.— Rivingtons.
Vincentii Lirinensis Commonitorium, with translation.- Parker, Oxford.
Pusey on Cathedrals and Clerical Education.— Roake f. Varty.
Bp. Beveridge's Sermons on the Ministry and Ordinances.Parker, Oxford.
Bp. Jolly on the Eucharist.
A Catechism on the Church.-Parker, Oxford.
Larger Works which may be profitably studied. Bishop Bull's Sermons.-Parker, Oxford. Bishop Bull's Works.-- University Press. Waterland's Works.-Do. Wall on Infant Baptism.—Do. Pearson on the Creed.--Do. Leslie's Works.-Do. Bingham's Works.- Straker, London. Palmer on the Liturgy.-University Press. Palmer on the Church.-- Rivingtons. Hooker, ed. Keble.-Do.
TRACTS FOR THE TIMES.
LECTURES ON THE SCRIPTURE PROOF OF THE
DOCTRINES OF THE CHURCH.
DIFFICULTIES IN THE SCRIPTURE PROOF OF THE DOCTRINES
OF THE CHURCH.
I PROPOSE in the following Lectures to suggest some thoughts by way of answering an objection, which often presses on the mind of those who are inquiring into the claims of the Church, and the truth of that system of doctrine which she especially represents, —which is at once her trust and her charter. They hear much stress laid upon a certain system of doctrine; they see much that is beautiful in it, much that is plausible in the proof advanced for it, much which is agreeable to the analogy of nature, which bespeaks the hand of the CREATOR, and is suitable to the need and expectations of the creature,-much that is deep, much that is large and free, fearless in its course, sure in its stepping, and singularly true, consistent, entire, harmonious in its adjustments; but they seem to ask for more rigid proof in behalf of the simple elementary propositions on which it rests ; or in other words, by way of speaking more clearly, and as a chief illustration of what is meant (though it is not the same thing), let me say, they desire more adequate and explicit Scripture proof of its truth. They find that the proof is rested on Scripture, and therefore they require more explicit Scripture proof. They say, “All this that you say about the Church is very specious, and very attractive; but where is it to be found in the