A discourse of miracles: considered as evidence to prove the Divine original of a revelation : in which several mistakes are rectified, and deficiencies supplied in Mr. Tho. Chubb's late discourse on the same subject : also an attempt to prove, that the single circumstance of non-universality, is not sufficient to disprove the Divine original of a relevation : in a letter to Mr. Tho. Chubb
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