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the First Volume, to Four : and also to notice the following
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lo speaking of the Revision of the Author's writings, the Editor should have added to what he has said in the Preface on this subject, that he has endeavoured to render the Sermons and the most complicated pieces more intelligible than they are in former editions, by a more systematic and clear notation of the principal and subordinate divisions. The Author usually divided his Treatises into Sections or Chapters, with little or no regard to the real gradations of his subject. Some of these pieces are left unaltered in this edition, as a specimen of his mapper : such are the Treatises contained in the Vlth volume, and a few others: and whereever the division is uniform, into Sections, or Chapters, or Epistles, or Casęs, &c. it may be considered to be that of the Author; but, for the more accurate and artificial divisions, the Editor is responsible.
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- time. 454, remove the reference 1, in the text, to the next paragraph. 456, Note. By Sixtus's edition is to be understood the revision of that
edition by Clement VIII. and not the edition published by Sixtus himself: for several of the errors censured by our author are to be found in Sixtus's own edition, but are corrected in the revision by Clement.
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Carnival of the Roman Church : which is, in most Popish Countries, a time of unusual liberty ; in recompence, as it were, of the abstinence wbich is to be encountered during the subsequent Lent. Our Author uses it elsewhere, in contra. distinction to Lent. See Vol. V. p. 458. “There is an Ope
tide by his allowance, as well as a Lent." 361, In running Title, for Book I. read Book V.
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