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OST of the following Pieces relate to Sub
jects that have been controverted in the Course of our Magazine, but could not be conveniently inserted, for the Reasons mention'd in Yol. x. p. 250. We thought it therefore our Duty to'make a Publication in this manner, which we hope our Correspondents will accept as an Instance of our Gratitude and Willingness to oblige them. We' ought indeed to ask their Pardon for fo longa Delay, it being not less than two Years fince we gave them Expectations of seeing their Letters appear. But after several Sheets were printed off, 1ome Differtations which we mention'd in Vol. X. p. 297. were unluckily mislaid. However, Thould this Undertaking meet with a kind Reception, we intend a fecond in a convenient Time, and if the Authors of those Dissertations will favour us with new Gopies, we, fhall not fail to infert them... .. Besides those formerly mention'd, we have, towards the next Number, been favour'd with feveral Manuscripts too prolix for the Magazine, viz. Elays on Biograp-On Etrecation- A Comparison between Buchanan and Johnson, 6c. Eco
God requires a perfezi Abji inence, except in lawful Ma-
-Mr Whitefield's Design good.
Upon the Dočtrine of the Methodists, by P. T.
Of Bugenhagius's Succession to Luther, and Dipping of
sential to Baptism, by Thomas Crosby.
---Number of the Philistines Army.
Upon the Right of the Magistrate to inflia Capital Punish
ments, by C. C.
Truth asserted; or, a Demonstration that the Relations in
Captain Gulliver's Voyages are no Fictions, by J. Wago
staffe. I be Second Edition.
Reflections on Suicide, from tbe French of M. de. Voll
Volcaire's French Ode on the Queen of Hungary. Seo
the Answer, Gentleman's Magazine Vol. XII. Page