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THE ENGLISH CHURCH,
ANSWERS TO EACH DISSENTING BODY
BY JOHNSON GRANT, M. A.
or st. John's COLLEGE, OXFORD.
AND INTRODUCING DISCUSSIONS OF
ANTINOMIANS, MILLENARIANS, AND QUAKERS.
« It is not St. Augustine's, or St. Ambrose's works, that will make so wise
TO THE SECOND VOLUME.
For the long interval which has elapsed since the publication of my former volume, I have several satisfactory reasons to assign. To some minds it would, perhaps, be sufficient to state, that by the loss of the best of mothers and firmest of friends, I was nearly disabled for one whole year from bending my mind to any laborious pursuit. I might also plead vexation, arising from particular circumstances connected with this painful event ; ill health, and the necessity laid upon me of directing attention to objects of a different description. The labour also, requisite in preparing the volume now presented, has been far greater than many can readily imagine ; greater than, perhaps, I shall obtain credit for; and such, I am confident, as no praise or emolument I am likely to receive, will ever adequately remunerate.
It is, however, more important that I should