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; O U, Gentlemen, who are the Representatives of the Clergy of England, are proper Patrons of aWork, which treats of Religion and the Clergy. It is written to promote Liberty,Virtue and Piety j the Interests of which, I hope, you will always espouse, and esteem as your own; and will consequently approve my Design, and give me your Thanks, whatever may have been the Success of my Endeavours.
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