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PART I. Dr. Huntington's and Mr. Rolly's Scheme, which denies ali future punitiment,

shown to be made up of contradictions.

Part II. Dr. Chauncy's, Ms. Winchefter's, Petitpierre's, and Med. Dr. Young's Scheme,

which supposes a limited punishment hereafter, shown to be made up of con. tradicions.

PART III.
Everlasting, forever, forever and evtu, naturally and originally, mcan

without end.

duration

Part IV. The fufficiency of the Atonement, for the salvation of all, conhstent with the final

dcftrudion of a part of mankind. Also the Second Death explained.

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DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS, to wit:

DE IT REMEMBERED, that on the twenty-third day of July,

D in the thirtieth Year of the Independence of the UNITED
States of AMERICA, Josiah SPAULDING, of the said Dikrict,
hath deposited in this Ofice the Title of a Book, the Right
whereof he claims as Author, in the words following, to wit :
« Universalism confounds and deftroys itself : or, Letters to a

Friend. Iu Four Paris. Part I: Dr. Huntington's and Mr.
" Relly's Scheme, which denies all future punihment, shown to
" be made up of contradi&tions. Part II. Dr. Chauncy's, Mr.
“ Winchester's, Petitpierre's and Med. Dr. Young's Scheme,
“which supposes a limited punishment hereafter, Thown to be
made up of coniradi&tions. Part III. Everlasting, forever,
forever and ever, naturally and originally mean duration
without end. Part IV. The fufficiency of the atonement,
“ for the salvation of all, conGatent with the final destruction of
a bart of mankind. Also, the Second Death explained. In-

effpersed with direct arguments in proof of the endless mise.
“ ry of the daimned. And answers to the popular objeciions of
" the present day, against the doctrines of grace. By: Josiah
- Spaulding, A. M. Paltor of a Church in Buckland." In
conformity to the Act of the Congress of the United States, in.
titled, “ An Ad for the encouragement of Learning, by secur.
sing the Copics of Maps, Charis and Books, to the Authors
" and Proprietors of such Copies, during the Times therein
“ mentioned ;' and also to an Ac intitled, “An A&t supple.

mentary to an Act, intiiled, 20 Act for the Encouragement of
* Learning, by securing the Copics of Maps, Charte, and
" Books, to the Authors and Proprietors of such Copies during
"the Times iherein mentioned; and extending the Benefits
“thereof to the Arts of Designing, Engraving and Etching
"Hilorical, and other Prints."

N. GOODALE, { Clerk of the Distrie

ODAL, of Malachusetts,

19:17 CONTENT S.

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PART .

Dr Huntington's and Mr. Relly's Schene, which denies all su.

cure punishment, shown to be made up of coBtradi&ions.

LETTER 1.

What led Dr. Huntington into his Scheme, alfo kis founda-

tion of faith, compared to what he says on the doctrine of

election and other things in his Book. , , . page 9

'LITTER II.

Dr. N's foundation of faith further examined, compared,

&c. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

LETTER III.

Dr. H. holds that all who are impenitent et death are then

regenerated; this compared to kis rule of faith, and to

other things in his Seheme; also the absurd consequences

of this sentiment. io . . . . . . . . . 30

LET I ER IV

Dr. H's definition of the Gospel compared to what ke Jays

befel Judas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

LÉTTIR V.

Dr. H's definition of the gospel compared to what he fays of

· the apeftate Jews, and of the Limitations his opponents. 73

. LETTER VI.

Dr. H's opinion that the Law and the Gospel are in dire&

oppofition to cach other, examined, and compared to other

things in his Book; also the absurd and moft kocking

consequences of this opinion. Sá.iii, 85

I ETTER VII.

Dr. H's opinion of law and gofpel, continued, ... 96

LETTER VIII.

Dr. H's sentiment that believers have only negative virtue,

compared to the character he takes to himself. , . . 107

LETTER IX.

Mr. Relly's Scheme of Union, examined, , , , , 115

PART II.

Dr. Charncy's, Mr. Winchester's, Mr. Petitpierre's, and Med.

Dr. Young's Scheme, which supposes a limited punishment

hereafter, shown to be made up of contradi&tions.

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