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/The

EpiJlle

D~dicatory.

_,

UJVe not

onlv been ChiefMen

in

the

tChurch,

hut~

have

laboured

to

fa!teq

~heir

Doctrine on

the

Chqrch,

\vhich

yet

b~fore

tpe.

6rpe

qf

BiJho;p

Lau,d,

'

~he

:

Chqrch

difclairned -

al)d

ppenl

y

~6't1derpned;

and

took.

Foreign]?ilhops

anq

~ounciJ.s, for- l?r~.thren.·an9

a

Jau~

~fable

1neans

of Con1munion,

while

'they

did

their .

prop~r

work

~ ~ ' but

not

by

J

urifdicbon

to

be the,

Governpurs

·us,

and .

all ·

Chrifiian Kings

·and

Kingdon1·s

as their

Subjects.

-_ And

lVhq

can be

Ign'ora'nt'

that

when

af

~he··

prefent ·rhe Papift

Bifhops

ar~

v~ry

·

Many

to .

One

Proteitanc

Bi-

I

fhop'

1

tbe.y will '

'accordingly

~arry

it

by

their

Y

otFS

in

Councils

:

·And

1f

tpe Major

V

~t~

.- be the

C

ollegiullt

·J?«fio.ntrl},

·that ha

ye

the · Chief

Gq:

, •

~

7

ernn1ent

in

che

Interval of

Couri-- ·

~il~;

we

- ~are

n'pw

Subjt::crs

to

the

'Bi-

fbo ps and

~hurch

of

Ro1lle

?.

A,nd

if

.

fb~;tloiria!}

!Je!riu

; Prilpt~

n-luft

~all

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