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the making them Terms of Communion.

1. That the Bishops have as much Authority to prescribe

these, as other Things which are not scrupled,

from p. 67, to p, 76:

That these are no more New Terms of Communion than

those others with which they would comply. p. 76, 77.

A farther Defence of the Governours of the Church, upon

their own Principles

p. 77, 78.

An Obj. from the disproportionable Penalty annexed, con-


p. 79, 80.

Another Argument upon their own Principles p. 81:

An Obj. taken from the Number of Ceremonies that may

be brought in by this means.

p. 82, 83.

Of the Retaining these Impositions

p. 84, 85.

The Cafe argued in the name of the Retainers upon their

own Principles

p. 86, 87.

2. That St. Paul saith nothing against such Impositions in

· che 14th Chap. to the Romans,

p. 88, to 96.

3. That Mr. Baxter's Practice, and the Practice of the

Independents, is fur, and not against such Impositions.

p. 96, to 103.

VI. Obj. Because this Declaration and Subscription, would

be an Approbation of that Assertion, that Bishops, Priests,

and Deacons, are three distinct Orders in the Church, by

Divine Appointment, answered.

p. 104, 10 112.

Their Obje&tions of lefer. Consideration, against this Decla-

ration, and Subscription.

1. Obj. taken from the Burial Office. p. 112, to 122,

2. Obj. taken from the Rule to find Easter-day. p. 122.

3. Obj. taken from the Apocryphal Lessons. p. 123, TO 129.

4. Obj. taken from the Mistranslation of the Psalter. p.

129, to 132.

5. Obj. taken from the Athanasian Creed.

p. 132.

6. Obj. taken from the Rubric in the Confi matiin office.

p. 134:

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