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IRRECONCILABLE WITH REASON,
TO SHEW THAT
THE TRUTH OF HOLY WRIT ;
Contrary to all Probability, Agalogy, the Light of Nature, and
the Promises of the Gospel.
TO WHICH IS ADDID,
To all who believe
The pure Doctrines of Christianity,
To Zeal, and Consistency in their Conduct ; to let their Professions
and Practice agree.
Essay on Man.
" In carrying on a plan by which forgiveness was to be dispensed to an offending race, wisdom
Blair, Sert 20. vol. iv. Page 43a.
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To WILLIAM WILBERFORCE, Esq.,
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