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CHURCH OF ENGLAND
FROM THE IMPUTATION
INCONSISTENCY AND UNCHARITABLENESS
The Athanasian Creed
THE REV. W. T. MYERS, A.M.
CURATE OF ELTHAM, KENT.
“'Athanasius' Creed, ought thoroughly to be received and believed,
PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR,
AND SOLD BY
C. AND J. RIVINGTON,
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD, AND WATERLOO-PLACE.
SIR JOHN DE LA POER BERESFORD,
In hearty attachment to the Constitution in Church and State, no one may claim precedence of yourself. I am happy, therefore, in the conviction, that
humble endeavours to maintain the good cause of the Church of England, will meet with your sanction and protection; and eagerly embrace this opportunity of expressing my most sincere acknowledgments of the many obligations I owe to you.
I am, Sir,
W. T. MYERS.
The VICARAGE, Eltham, June 1, 1828.