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ON THE SUBJECT OF THE
And a LETTER to the Author of the
Protestant Dissenter's Answer to it.
By JOSEPH PRÍESTLEY, LL.D. F.R.S.
I O N D 0 N:
THE following address was first made
to a particular society of Protestant Dissenters; but; as the occasion of it is by no means particular, it was thought there would be a propriety in making it more general by publication. The Protestant Dissenters, of all denominations, have certainly distinguished themselves by the noble opposition they have made to the progress of superstition, in a great variety of forms ; but, like all other reformers from popery, they have stopped too soon. Like other reformers also, they have departed too far from the principles on