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Page 17 - But strong meat belongeth to them that are of full age, even those who by reason of use have their senses exercised to discern both good and evil.
Page iii - We groan under the heterogeneous un-ecclesiastical Parliament, and will not submit to its dictation. I do not know how far these sentiments will approve themselves to you; we shall be truly glad of your co-operation, as of one who really fears God and wishes to serve Him but, if you will not, we will march past you. We have been joined by persons of the most opposite sentiments, and I trust may do something towards uniting opposite parties in the Church. Among our supporters are Archdeacons Watson,...
Page iii - The accompanying Suggestions have brought out a feeling which will not soon (please God) be put down. We are in motion from the Isle of Wight to Durham, and from Cornwall to Kent. Surely the Church will shortly be delivered from its captivity under wicked men, who are worse than Chushan-rishathaim or the Philistines. We groan under that heterogeneous un-ecclesiastical parliament, and will not submit to its dictation.