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The Mediator shall no more complain,
The Triumphs of Hell shall make way, and bes come the foundation for the Triumphs of Grace.
ND is the happy era near,
To day begin thy reign.
Enlist me, now inclin’d;
if for me that call
Heal, heal me thus deal'd-
LORD! am I not tny child ?
Begin my heaven' below;
Moses--thy type--declard :
Return til l'ın prepar'd.
Content-I'll wait resign'd.
Reflect it through my mind !
So, as a river many a shore,
Enriches in its course ;
New tribute to its source.
I'll render back as thine
Still Hope should not sepine:
Repair, with them I'd meet :
And share their heav'nly treat.
Though hallow'd bread I prize ;
Sublimer sense must rise,
And handle, and admire ;
TO I M MANUEL
Endure me thus to call ;
Victorious over all,
Hear, heaven ! --Proclaim your King ;
MESSIAH!Thee I sing:
ERRAT A, Page 36, line 29, for de, read he.-p. 43, 1. 17, f. made believe, r. made to believe.---p. 117, 1. 31, f. where unable to say were, r. were unable to say where.--p. 139, 1. 1, f. Yet, r. Ye.--p. 161, 1. 30, f. whiles, r. while.-p. 185, 1. 12, f. no, r. nom-p. 280, l. 14, f. reasons some, r, reasons why some.---p. 297, I. 19, f. he enlightens, r, he that enlightens.-2. 315, .1. 10, 1. triumph, r. likeness. p. 324, 1. 18, f. according their, r. according to their ---. 330, l. 31, f. lies, r. lie.-p. 333, 1. 30, f. call, r. cailed.--p. 360, 1. 27, f. cloth, r. clothe.
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C O N T E N T S.
adelphia, upon the Worth of the Soul. 21
ed :- Or, A short and easy Method
I). An Address to God, as our-
Father, Friend, Creator and Re-
sinners, for us who believe in
will bring all into a state of will.
he liath brought some already. ibid.
nor shed his blood in vain ;
VII. All things being given into.
the hands of Christ; he shall
reconcile & restore all things. 140
the dead, are not exempted
news to all ; & the invitations
of Christ on earth, in the Mil.
the First fruits, or those who
Mark, x. 30. And in the world to
wards Universa! Salvation. F. L. 198
J. L. 218
Scorners of Moses, in particular. R. C. 222
A course of Letters on the subject of Uni-
versal Salvation, to a Friend who de.
..lo el 230
to it are considered, and re-)) 1
its being a Licentious Doc!
trine, is more fully answered 248
Objections that are made to 19.)
some, Annihilation, and by 7043
tion, and Non-existence. 264 A
are given why it is not, atigi
why it is not more gener-