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No Prophecy of the Scripture is of any private Interpretatiòn.
2 Peter, i. 20.
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JOANNA SOUricott now affirms to the
Visitation was not from the Lord, I would give up to their judgment whenever the cause was fairly tried and examined by them ; but as they have kept silence to this Letter, their consciences must tell them, that the Calling is of God. And now I shall ask them, if a man were printing a Book, that was blasphemy against the Bible, and the world condemned that Book ; suppose that man should appeal to the Bishops, and say, " If the Bishops will come forward and examine my Book, and prove before my face it is blasphemy, I will give up to their judgment, and destroy the whole,"What must be their answer? Conscience must tell them-"We should be unworthy the name of Christians, and much more unworthy the name of Bishops, to be