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And the Epistles of Ignatius after the Syriac
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INDEX EXPURCAToRirS JEKM]
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INDEX EXPURGATORIUS. Instruction pas-
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INDIA. The urgent claims of India for more
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2d ed. London, 1853. 8
INDULGENCE. A peace-offering in an apology
and humble plea for indulgence and liberty of
conscience. By sundry Protestants differing
in some things from the present Establishment
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London, 1667. 4'
Indulgence and toleration considered : in a
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INGLIS (JOHN), D.D., one of the ministers of Old
Greyfriars church, Edinburgh. An exr.mina-
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INNES (WILLIAM), Baptist minister in Edinbu njh .
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INSTRUCTOR. The Edinburgh Christian In-
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IRELAND. Report of two meetings on the sub-
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protest against the authoritative mutilation of
the Bible ; held at Exeter Hall, Feb. 8 and
1.">. 1 >:;L'. With the Right Hon. E. G. Stan-
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SYNODS. A narrative of the proceedings of
seven general Synods of the Northern Presby-
terians in Ireland, with relation to their ilif-
friviifuB in judgment and practice, from the
year 1720 to the year 1720, in which tiny
issu'd in a synodical breach : containing the
occasion, rise, true state, and progress of
the differences ; expedients for peace, offer'd
by the non-subscrioers, and many other ori-
ginal papers ; synodical debates, overtures,
and decisions ; the conduct of the parties,
since the breach ; with general observations
upon the whole ; and an appendix, in answer
to a late pamphlet, entituled, A seasonable
warning, offer'd by some subscribing ministers
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IRVING (EDWARD), M.A., Minister of the Scots
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JACKSON (JOHN), Rector of Rossington. A plea
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JAMES VI. King of Scotland. See JAMES I.
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JAMES I. King of Great Britain. The Kings
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in the vpper house of the Parliament, to the
Lords Spirituall and Temporal!, and to the
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Original letters relating to the ecclesiastical
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M.DC.III.-M.DC.XXV. [Collected and edited for
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JAMES (JOHN). * A narrative of the apprehend-
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JEANES (HENRY), Minister of God's word in
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JERUSALEM, BISHOP OF. See CYRILLUS.
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JOBERT (Louis). The knowledge of MEDALS.
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MAITLAND (Sir RICHARD), of Lethington,
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The poems of William DRUMMOND of Haw-
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MARSHALL (JOHN), Minister of St Peter's Epis-
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