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To

·~he

Chrifi1an

Reader..-

ihoJe

p~rt.r,

where

(as the Auftin of

that

time and

place)

he did graple witb

all

tbe

Patront

of

Freewill. And

as

an

Appendftx

to

·

that conference

at

H._<~.ge,

(as

it:

is

jet

j(n~tb

by

Brandius)

writ that

tnojt

e:Kcr;l!e,{t

boofzof

his

Co~·onis.

But

jtill

A l

minius

hi;

difci-

ples ·alled to their

utmrift:

Be rtius, Gre"" ·

_vincovius,

and others

fo

chjl:ra{fe,d

thofe

I

Churches, thq,t there

WltS

a necejjity of

ea!""

ling a

Synod,

whicb God

gave

theiJf as a

happy

remedy'

An. Dom.

I

6

I

a

Synod

or

.

oh

the ltnwearied

aClivity

ofad11er{:-zries

to

Doi

r..

4.

D.

-,

thg caufe

of chri[i!

(which

fhould

m~ke

1

6

1

8.

.

others bluih

to

tnove fo

heavily

in

aifer..

ting the Doctrine of

Free

g race)

beJ'ore

··

we could 1tnderfiand what the

Anti.. remon•

,

ftrants in the

Synod at

Dort

fully intended, ·

we

had

from the

Remonflrttnts

Acra

Syno~

"

dalia,

a book.)ndeed that required an

Arnes

to

an[wer

it

(which

he hatb

done

mo{t

lear–

nedly)whereyouhave

Magnum in Parvo;l

a

great

foul in a

little ·

body,

a great

1

deal of

form

in

a

little

matter

(as in his

·'Bellarminus

enervatus

)th4t

being done

by

the

Fraternity

with

concurrent

cndeavo1trs

ond

quintejJence

of

the

befl

wits

amongft

the

· · ,

R.emonfrrants.

·

,

About

the

year

1627~

JIIr.

Montague,

a

-.;

l!'an ·of great

learnin._e:,

andbeing

hac/zed

bj

"\ ;·,:..:

~~

t.he then

potent

D.

of

Buckingbatn,opened

' : ~,.-

..

B

· ·

his-~

": ·.

::

··:·

,: ',

~ "'t