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equally firm persuasion, that the doctrines and sentiments which it maintains, are in perfect accordance with the sound, reasonable, and scriptural principles of the ESTABLISHED CHURCH OF ENGLAND.
That general approbation should be awarded to these volumes, in an age remarkable for differences of opinion on theological subjects, is, perhaps, more than I have a right to expect; but, be this as it may, I never can regret their appearance in print, as it has afforded me so favourable an opportunity of expressing, formally and publicly, that high respect, esteem, and regard, which I entertain, officially and personally, for your Lordship: and with which, I beg leave to subscribe myself,
Your Lordship's obliged, faithful,
and obedient Servant,
R. WARNER, ,
Genesis iü. 6.