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lity of a religious seet, no certain proof of their religious sentiments being true-How Mr. Phipps ought to answer this treatise-What bas occasioned the de. lay of its publication --Nobody answerable for the opi. nions it contains, but the writer himself-If the subje&t be treated fairly and plainly, common sense will determine on which fide the truth lies.
CH A P. I.
Things granted by Mr. Beasley and the Apologist concerning Scripture and right reason. Page 5
CH A P. II.
1. The futility of some reserves in the former concef
fions. 2. The distinction concerning the Scriptures, which allows then only to be a Secondary and Inadequate rulez exploded. 3. Mr. Phipps's remarks on Scripture and right reason considered. 4. It is Jown, that other people have a right to appeal unto the Spirit, as well as the Quakers. 5. It is very observable, that Barclay argues in a circle upon this subject.
1. George Fox's supposed divine call, or mission, ex
amined by his own pretensions in his journal. 3. Barclay's also considered. 3. The measure of the Spirit, allowing, for argument's sake, their call to be genuine, They may be supposed to have poffefsed.
shown to be different from Barclay's and bis de-
1. Some of Mr. Phipps's obfervations considered, in
The Reader is desired, before he peruses this Piece, to cora
rect the following Mistakes : Page 4. line 6, for shewn, read shown ; p. 9. 1. 25, for fub. tiltjes, read subtleties ; p. 19. 1. 22, for of the other, read those of the other; p. 22. 1. 25, for Mr. B--I--y's, read Mr. Beasley's; p. 30. 1. 21 for powers, read power ; p. 53. lat line of the latt note, for Chytracum, read Chytræum; p. 54. 1. 26. for included, read include; p. 55. 1. 9, fir Mr. B--H--y, read Mr. Beasley; p. 56. 1. 1, for Barclay's, read Barclay : 1. 3. for B--1--y's, read Beafley's ; 1 14. for Mr, B--ff--y, read Mr. Beasley ; p. 80. 1. 32, for reportor, read report; p. 99. 1. 33, for at read as; p. 101. 1. 32. for them, read it; p. 112 111, ofter the end of the line injert point; p. 117.1.21 for fapientiam, riad sapientem ; p. 146. 1. 2. for subtilty road subtlety ; l. 12, fir Phipp's, read Phipps's; l 28, for their read there ; p. 148 1.9. fir slavyexlov, riad cúuy yerior ; p. 150. last note, for geevó piroy, read yeróuèyov; p. 158. 1. 2, for analyzed, riad analysed ; 1. 9, for analyze, read analyse; p 160. 1. 36. after there is insert a; p. 164. 1. 20. fuo pwe, readows; p. 165. 1. 4. for imagine, read imagined; p. 175. 1. 12, 14, for continud, read continu'd; p. 176. 1. 1, of the note, fir GoW T OICOMOS, read (WO TOLEO MALI; p. 181. laft notes for autun, raad. AUF Wy: p. 182. 1.15, for ir, riad it; p. 184. 1. 36, for tells, read tell; p. 185, 1. 14, for John ii. 10 read John iv. 10; P. 189. I. 15, for Apol. 148, read Apol. p. 148 ; p. 195. last line of the note, for Vilth, read Vlth propofition; p. 197. 1. 2, for Thew, read show; p. 205, for ngiect, read neglect; p. 222. 1. 29, for fubiilty, read lubtlety.