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TO A FRIEND,
cometh from the Father of the gift, is from a
NEW YORK, OF THE NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY, OF THE
Every good gift, and entering
WITH MANY ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS.
PRINTED FOR BALDWIN AND CRADOCK.
EVIDENCES, DOCTRINES, AND DUTIES,
Introductory Letter on the Leading Doctrines of the
MY DEAR FRIEND,
It is much more easy for you to conjecture, than for me to describe, the pleasure I received from learning. that you are now fully persuaded of the truth and Divine authority of the Christian Religion: and I cheerfully accede to your renewed request that this series of letters shall be extended until I have furnished
you with a view of the principal doctrines proposed in Scripture for your belief, and of the grand duties which we are called upon as Christians to discharge. Had I not, however, a decided conviction of your supreme love of truth, and of your stedfast determination to follow it whithersoever it may lead you, I