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SERIES OF LETTERS TO THE REV. DR. MILLER,
How great soever may be the pretence of good will, and charity, and con-
WELLS AND LILLY-COURT-STREET.
The present work contains a series of Letters originally published in the Unitarian Miscellany. They are here brought together with many important additions and alterations. The circumstances under which they first appeared may be briefly stated as follows.
In a Sermon, preached by the Rev. Dr. Miller at the ordination of the Rev. Mr. Nevins in Baltimore, were introduced remarks on Unitarians, which were thought to be unreasonably severe and unjust. Strictures were made on these remarks, and published in the form of a letter to Dr. Miller. To these he replied with a view to explain and vindicate the objectionable parts of his Sermon. The third letter in the following Inquiry, entitled
Charges against the Character of Unitarians," is the one first addressed to him. Ali