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From Dr Parr's Library, with his Bars & Tr ath the names also of teve other cartier or later diners "noy Steel" & ""). Valentine"
The volume contains bordes the orginal "Epaqen Birit" two subsequent treatises in defence of the "Epay":"" - is probably the same book named on p. 34 of Parr's talogue.
Parr, though himoult of Unitarian leanings, seems to have things Claytons dessins in crisistent alt his relamming his f mock ut in the Establister Churd. Parrin a. p. 597 of the same Catalogue named a Tract with the Tutte "A Plain Anjower to the "rection" "Why dow not Clayton. Bishop of Ligher, leigh his prefer. ment?" 1753". The tract is descubed as containing a 1.5 note of Paris in these words "This Book ) The Plain nower ] has much derling sense, much scuteness, much vivacity. The is able to refute it? Not J." Or: does, the Tract in ques in defend the retention by thectarians of Church livings ?
Alebone opeaks & this Areen treature as not contin I adopted of fiiblished by " Bf Clayton, tas horny clicited howing shes from leventy or thirty conters; I that the Irish Conver ation had determined to proceed against the Berkoff, where be was sacked with a nervous fever. terminated hes, life, February 26, 1758. But for her pay be couts have Teen made ebp of Trem. B. 1695. S. 1758.
dée arde also on Bibheal Chimnology, in Prophecy, on Script. Sestor, in reply to Bolingbroke (in 3 parts 1752-7.
In the Preface to his work in response, forces of Mayland replies to the second Torative if the present volume :" "A Befence of the They or Front " 14753. Neither themiginal Gayest nor his Defender, suppone from two separate per-ons, was competent to meet Jones of Mayband'
Effay on Spirit,
The Doctrine of the TRINITY
In the Light of NATURE and REASON; AS WELL AS
In the Light in which it was held by the ancient Hebrews:
Compared alfo with the Doctrine of the Old and New Testament,
An INQUIRY into the Sentiments of the Primitive Fathers of the Church:
The Doctrine of the TRINITY as maintained by the Egyptians, Pythagoreans, and Platonifts.
Some REMARKS on
The ATHANASIAN and NICENE CREEDS.
Inanimum eft omne, quod impulfu agitatur externo; quod autem animal eft, id motu cietur interiore, et fuo. Cic. Som. Scip.
From the Dublin Copy, with
ADDITIONS and CORRECTIONS by the AUTHOR.
LONDON, printed :
And fold by J. NooN in the Poultry, G.WOODFALL at Charing-Crofs, and M. COOPER in Pater-nofter-row.
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