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ON SOME PARTS
OF THE OXFORD TRACT SYSTEM, ESPECIALLY AS IT IS
DEVELOPED IN THE 80TH AND 83RD TRACTS.
DELIVERED TO THE
CLERGY OF THE ARCHDEACONRY OF ELY,
HELD IN THE
PARISH CHURCH OF ST. MICHAEL'S, CAMBRIDGE,
On Thursday, May the 21st, 1840.
WITH A COPIOUS
CONTAINING, AMONGST OTHER MATTER, AN ABRIDGMENT OF
MEDE'S A POST AS Y OF THE LATTER TIMES.
THE REV. J. H. BROWNE, M.A.
ARCHDEACON OF ELY, RECTOR OF COTGRAVE, AND FORMERLY FELLOW OF
ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE.
Published at the request of the Clergy.
Prove all things; hold fast that which is good. 1 Thess. v. 21. Disputes are certainly necessary where fundamental truths are attacked and to be defended, or
when very dangerous errors are broached --Maxims of Piety. Bp. Wilson's Works. Vol. 1. p. 330.
LONDON: J. HATCHARD & SON, PICCADILLY. DEARDEN, STAVELEY, AND OLIVER, NOTTINGHAM;
MOST RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED,
BY THEIR FAITHFUL AND OBEDIENT SERVANT,
Cotgrave, Sept. Ist, 1840.