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I Believe that a Woman is generally at the
Bottom of Mischief, and that great Mischief
is generally at the Bottom of a Woman. I Believe I could prove, by the Rule of good
Fellowhip, that a Beau makes a Figure only among Cyphers, and that he is a Cypher a
mong Figures. I Believe that my very good friend, Mr. Con. greve, was in the right, when he questioned whether the Bible saved more Souls in Wefta minster-Abbey, than it damned in WestminsterHall.
I Believe that some Lords are wife, and lume
I Believe that Father Abraham was older than
his Son Ifaac.
I Believe that three Groats makes one Shilling,
and not three Shillings.
I Believe that the Anathemas of our Inferior
Clergy are not ratified in Heaven; and that there is a Power on Earth which can reverse them, maugre the Opinion of the charitable and meek Dr. Sacheverell.
I Believe that the said Gentlemen love Est
ing and Drinking as well as their Neighbours.
I Believe that some Lords deserved to be
Kenmurized who now Sleep in a whole
I Believe that Gregg was a Fool and a Traitor."
Sat eft quod fufficit.
There are now in the Prefs, and will speedily be Pub. lifked, the following Books, viz. TH
HE Independency, Supremacy, and Divinity of the
PwClergy asserted. By Harry of Holbourn. 2. A Canker in some Men's Eftates, or the necessity of reftor. ing Abby-Lands, By St. Michael of Hamshersmith. .
3. Faith without Reason: Or, the Laity have no right to their Senses. By the Wealthy. Dean of Cr.
4. Modern and Orthodox Inconfiftencies: Or, Papists better Friends to the * Church than Disenters. By Luke Presbyter.
5. St. Peter robb'd of his Keys: Or, the Porters of Heaven found guilty of Fraud and Corruption. By twelve Lay Mer..
6. An Argument proving that to Preach the Lawfulness of Vice and Immorality, is the most effectual Method to prevent those Evils. By a Lover of the Mathematicks.
Nitimur in Vetitum. 7. The Clergy reform’d. A very valuable Piece.
Diu multumq; defideratum,
* Qu. What Cburcb?
L E T T E R
A U T H OR
The MERITS of the Clergy are con
fidered; the Good vindicated, and the BAD exposed.
Some Account of the late Con
troversy in the CHURCH.
First Printed in the YEAR 1720.
To the AUTHOR of the
T is with great Satisfaction that I see you, and others, appear publickly in defence of
of Truth, and laying open to the World the pernicious Designs and Contrivances of our High Clergy; and though I know some are ready to say, that Truth is not to be spoken at all Times ; yet it is very pleasing to others, who are good Subjects, and true Protestants, that Priestcraft runs so low in this Kingdom, and that a great Part of the Laity seem to open their Eyes and recover their Senses, out of which they have been so long kept by the Cunning of the Levitical Tribe.