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able

to

rendert~eir

co11Ct:tft.r

in)~witing,

,yet not the

happte~

Jjeaf?tri.

.· · . . . ..

Yet JPe,

conjider~·ng.

(

no~fo, much

'JPhat

mighi'haue

b.tene,tis)r:Pbat

noYP

may

be

fo~

.

the

fer~

ice

ojtheChurch,t~ought

good r

a~

.

the:

to

cor!im~ni~ate

them

thu~, t~en th~t_J_;;thf!Yfoould dte TPzth the

eduthor~~ar

a

man

ofan

exact

judgement,

a~d quic~

.

appreh~nfibn,

4n

acut~

'J?safoner,a'!iue

in

good,

choyce , in-'bi~

notiont, one"ilJbo

made·

it'hir chiefi

ayme

to promote the caufl

of

C!Jrift,

and·thegood

ojth~Church,

"FPhich

mo~ed

him

to

fittgle out argufn,entr a'nfrPe-

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.

rahle,

on

'Which

bej}en~

hu

heft

thoughtJ',

·

He

'l'PaJ'

honoured

of

God·

to

he

an

inflru–

ment

ofinuch

good,

iPhereuni~

he·

kad

ad..

~antage

hy

thofe

eminent

placeJ'

he

'WfZJ'

called

"p~to.

eAr

he

had ' t~ ' foort

race to

r~n,

[o

.~e mad~/}eed,~·a~d

did

much

in

a

;

lttt!~ttme. '!houghk~"J}Ja~ofanhigher e~

le1Jation,

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