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L A DEFENCE of the common Rights of
£\. Christians, and of the Sufficiency and Per-
fection of Scripture, without the Aid of human
Schemes, Creeds, Confessions, £5V. Price is. 6d.

II. .A Paraphrase and Notes on the Epistle to the
Romans. To which is prefixed, A Key to the Aposto-
lic Writings; or, an Essay to explain the Gospel
Scheme; and the principal Words and Phrases the Apo-
stles have used in describing it. The Second Edition.
Price bound io s. 6d.

III. A Catechism, or Summary of the Christian Re-
ligion, with Proofs from Scripture, and easy, samiliar
Explications under every Proposition; for the Instruc-
tion of young Persons. The Second Edition.

These by the same Author.

IV. A Collection of Tracts. I. A Dissertation on
2 Thess. iift,—12. 2. A Letter to a Friend, concern-
ing the End and Design of Prayer. 3. A Postscript to
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 Confes-
sion of such Sins only, as we are conscious we have
been guilty of. 4. The 30th Dissertation of Maxlmus
Tyrius, concerning this Question, " Whether we
"ought to pray to God, or no?" Translated from
thsGreei. 5. Remarks on the foregoing Dissertation
of Maximus Tyrius. 6. The Doctrine of Predestina-
tion reviewed. 7. A brief Account of Calvin's causing
Servetus to be burned for an Heretic. The Third Edi-
tion, corrected and inlarged.

To which are now added, by Way of Supplement.
8. A Defence of the brief Account of Calvin's Treat-
ment of Servetus. 9. A brief Account of Archbishop
Laud's cruel Treatment of Dr. Leighton. 10. An Es-
say, concerning the Belief of Things, which are above
Reason. And, a general Preface.

V. A Volume of Sermons on the following Subjects, viz. The Resurrection of Lazarus. The unchangeable Difference between Good and Evil. The absolute Necessity of Holinesse, in order to final and perfect Happinesse. The Case of the Prophet, who was deluded by a false Prophet, and slain by a Lion. The Spiritual ( not the Natural or Animal) Man, disposed to receive the Gospel. The absurd Nature, and terrible Consequences, of Transubstantiation. The Gospel, a revealed Mystery. Christ came not to call the Righteous, but Sinners, to Repentance. The Immensity and Omniscience of God, a constant Motive to Piety and Virtue. The Excellence of Moral Duties above Positive Institutions. The Necessity and Advantages of universal Liberty and free Inquiry. A Fast Sermon, representing several Vices of the Nation. A Thanks-' giving Sermon, upon Account of the Suppression of the Rebellion, 1746.

VI. A Paraphrase and Notes upon St. Paul's Epistles

2 Thejfalonians, J C 2 Timothy,

Attempted in Imitation of Mr. Lode's Manner. To which are annexed Critical Dijsertations on several Subjects, for the better understanding St. Paul's Epistles. 410. Price bound 14 s.

VII. A Paraphrase and Notes on the Seven (commonly called) Catholic Epistles, viz.

St. fames, *) C St. "Jude,

I. St. Peter, > < I, II, and III.

II. St. Peter, i C Of St. John.

Attempted in Imitation of Mr. Locke's Manner. To which are annexed several Critical Dijsertations. Price bound 17 x.

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The Third Edition, with large Additions^

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Some REMARKS upon two Books, viz. The Vindication of the Scripture Doiirine os Original Sin, and, The Ruin and Recovery of Mahkind, &c.


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