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Priests refer their Hearers to the Scriptures, as the Rule of Life and Manners, when their Pride, Avarice and Ambition, are such a ContradiEtion to the Scriptures ? From this Disagreement, arises all that Contempt which they complain of. These Things are justly observed, and fully discussed in this Collection of TraEts: To which another Volume will shortly be added, and in the Preface to that, I shall give my Thoughts upon some other Things. In the mean Time, I conclude with this Observation, viz. that the Priests have cumbered the Ground, and cursed the Earth for Ages past ; but we hope that the Time of our Redemption draweth nigh.
HE Creed of an Independent
CON TEN T S.
111. A Modest Apology for Priesteraft.
The Author unknown.
IV. Priestianity, or a View of the Dif
parity between the Apostles and the Mo-
V. Remarks upon two late Presentments
of the Grand-Jury of the County of Middlesex. The Author unknown.
VI. A Vindication of the Quakers. Supposed by Mr. Gordon. P. 226.
VII. The true Picture of a Modern Tory. : By Mr. Gordon.
VIII. A New Catechism, with Dr. Micks's 39 Articles. Recommended by Mr.