Some Arguments Made Use of in the Bishop of Bangor's Preservative: Against the Principles and Practices of the Nonjurors, Briefly Consider'd by John Shute Barrington

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John Shute Barrington
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Excerpt from Some Arguments Made Use of in the Bishop of Bangor's Preservative: Against the Principles and Practices of the Nonjurors, Briefly Consider'd

I am unfortunately one of those busy Mortals that am for enquiring for my self, and taking no Man's ipse dixit. Whether it be not Arrogance sometimes to differ from great Judgments, I shall not now decide; but only tell the Publick, that the following Trifle is not design'd as a compleat and regular Answer to the Preservative; but only as some few Animadversions on the Way of Reasoning that is there made use of.

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