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- · needs die:; and

it:

is

·more

than pro-

·bable, that a .near ProfpeCl: of the

f~l. ture , State, n1ay

convinciiigly

fhew

.·the

1noft

obflinate,.

th8t,t

th~

Kiiig

:

Terrors is not to

be

conquered, · and · ·

no

Miracl0s are

to

be

w:rough.t

by

an

implicit

Faith*· .

Or_~

by

a Way

of

Religion,

that is taken/

t1p·

and walk–

ed. in, .n1,erely

for

Gompany. ,

Wherefore

w.e

give

otlr ·

g~egt.Thanks to the

Author

of every good

· Gift; \vho hath drawn

this

his richly

. furnifhed

Scribe

to

fupply us

with

fo ·."'

· v~ry ~eedful

a

Treat~e

as is he-re

~f-

.

fered.

r

Some of us

do.

profefs, that

In

readin~g

it,

we \vere furprized

with

Joy

aud.

with Wonder, that a

Topic·.

fo

'little .vvritteh,

difcourfed, or thought

of, ihoirld · be

treated

on

witli

f'-1ch.

\-

Depth of

Judgment,

and )with·

fi1cb.

·

Experi~nce,

as is rarely found in the

moft la_udible

\Vriters~

a

3

Thro"

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Pecudmn. ritu.

euntes.,

non

c_JUa

eundGm/e.ft,

fe~ ~

.qua.

~ur. .

Sin~.

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