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A Brief Account of the Death of John Calas,
Consequences of the Execution of John Galas,
A Sketch of the Reformation in the Sixteenth Cent tury,
Whether Toleration is dangerous; and among what Nations it is practised,
CH A P. V.
In what Cafes Toleration may be admitted,
C H A P. VI.
If Non-Toleration is agreeable to the Law of Na· ture and of Society,
If Non-Toleration was known among the Greeks, 62
CHA P. XII.
If Non-Toleration was part of the Divine Law
among the Jews, and whether it was always put in practice,
127 CʻH A P. XIII. The great Toleration exercised among the Jews, 165
CHA P. XIV.
If Non-Toleration was taught by Chrif,, : 183
CHA P., XV. Testimonies against Persecution,
CHAP. XVI. A Conversation between a Dying Man, and one in
A Letter from a Beneficed Priest, to Father La
Tellier, the Jesuit, dated the 6th of May, 17142
CHA P. XVIII.
The only Cafes in which Non-Toleration makes Part of the Human Law,
CH A P. XIX. Account of a Controversial Dispute, which happena ed in China,
CHA P. XX. W bether it is of Service to indulge the People in Superstition,
Virtue is better than Learning,
CHAP. XXII. Of Universal Toleration,
CHA P. XXIII. . An Address to the Deity,