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A D V E R T IS E MEN T.
T may be necessary to apprise the Reader, that several of the
Doctor's Tracts are not included in this collection : namely,
His “ Dissertation concerning the Antiquity of the Hebrew Language, Letters, Vowel-Points and Accents; The Doctrine of the Trinity stated and vindicated; The Doctrine of the Resurrection stated and defended; The Doctrine of Justification by the Righteousness of Christ, stated and maintained; The Doctrine of God's everlasting Love to his Elect, and their eternal Union with Christ; together with some other Truths, stated and defended, against Dr Taylor; The Doctrine of the Saints' final Perfeverance, asserted and vindicated; The Doctrine of Predestination stated, and set in a Scripture-Light, against Mr Wesley; The Prophecies of the Old Testament respecting the Messiah considered, and proved to be literally fulfilled in Jesus; containing an Answer to the Author of The Scheme of Literal Prophecy, &c. Two annual Discourses on the Duty of Prayer and Singing of Psalms ; An Essay on the Original of Funeral Sermons, Orations and Odes; A brief Confession of Faith,” &c. The reason why these Tracts are omitted, is, because most of those subjects are fully treated of in his Body of Divinity. Either of the above Tracts may be had separately, and if encouraged, will be collected into a volume, like the two already published.
The Editor takes, likewise, this opportunity of requesting the candor of the learned Reader to excuse any literary mistakes, which may occur in any of the quotations from the dead languages: an apology, which there would have been no reason for offering, had these two volumes undergone the Doctor's last revisal.
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XIV. Antipedobaptism; or, Infant-Baptism an Innovation,
Strictures on Mr Bostwick's Vindication of Infant-Baptism,
administration ordinances, read of ordinances.
for hut, r. but.