Grey - BX9329 G7 1736

1at.6. Mr. NE AL'S lld. VOL' of the `. in any Age, for fo long a time together, have been blef'ed with, to the Wonder and Envy of all the other Parts in Chri/tendom.' And then he goes on, comparing that Period of Titie with the Reigns of Queen Elizabeth and King games. Neal, tp. 205: Dr. LaudBifhop of London being Prime Minifter, purfi!ed his imaginary Scheme of uni- ting the two Churches of England and Rome. From whence does this appear ? I think his An- fwer to Ei/her the yefuit is a fufficient Confutation of this bold Affertion. Even Sir `Edward Daring, (almoft as great an Enemy to Bithop Laud, as Mr. Neal) was fo jai: to confefs *, ' That in his Book againff Flier the 7efuit, he had muzzled the 7e- ' fuit, and would ftrike. the Papiis under the fifth ' Rib, when he was dead and ;one ; and being a dead, where-ever his Grave íhould be, Paul's would be his perpetual Monument, and his own ' Book his Epitaph.' To which I will add what the reverend and learned Dr. Berryman fays, (in anfwer to Mr. Chandler's Charge of Popery upon this 4rchbfhap) As to the fenfelefs Charge of Popery, and other Calumnies, I {hall only fub- join the Judgment of Lirnborcb, who, to be fure, was no Bigot to Ecclefiaffical Power ; in hisPre- face to the Second Edition of Frainantium ar Eruditorum virorum Epiftola Z cck,fiajtic, printed ' at Amfterdam 1684, after naming feveral Perfons, ' whole Epiftles are added in his Second Edition, he has thefe Words : " And laffl y, the Epiffles of 'ç William Laud Archbifhop of Car terhury, moft worthy of all Remembrance." And afterwards, ' when he is Ihewing what. Judgment may be -' formedof the Spirit and Tempers of the Writers, ' from thefe friendly Correfpondencies, he pro- ? Dering's Co11c&ion of Speeches, p: p. J emárks on Mr. Chandler's tiift. of the Inquifition, &c. p. 71. Londo? 1733. Ceeds=