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A letter to a clergy-man in the country, con-
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Two sermons upon St Matthew, 10. 34. Con-
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A letter to the Rev. Dr Francis Atterbury :
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Queries recommended to the authors of the
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Four sermons concerning impartial enquiry
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II. The pleas for the right of Presbyters to or-
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for the same right in the laity are consider'd.
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to the second part, and a postscript relating to
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concerning the unhappiness of absolute mo-
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* A collection of papers scatter'd lately about
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* The report reported : or, the weakness and
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A postscript to the Rev. Dr Sherlock, Dean of
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An answer to the Representation drawn up by
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and doctrines contained in the Bishop of Ban-
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* A short reply to the Bishop of Bangor's long
answer. In a brief, but distinct examination
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* A defence of the first head of the charge of
the committee of the lower House of convoca-
tion against the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop
of Bangor. Being remarks upon some posi-
tions of his Lordship, contained in his Sermon,
in his Answer to Dr Snape, and to the Repre-
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* An apology for the clergy of the Church of
England, in a letter to the Lord Bishop of
Bangor. Wherein some unjust insinuations
against them, in his Lordship's Answer to the
representation of the committee of the lower
House of convocation are detected and con-
futed ; and the necessity of learning, in order
to a right understanding and exposition of the
Scriptures, demonstrated ; contrary to what
his Lordship asserts, particularly in the 20th
section of his first chapter ; and to many other
dangerous positions in the course of that book.