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Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1834, by Asa Rand, in

the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Massachusetts.

OBSERTER PRESS....LOWELL.

COMMENTED ON IN THIS VOLUME.

123 173 24

41 176

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29 24 27

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31 174 198

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44 92

GENESIS.

3: 1. DEUTERONOMY.

32: 22. I. CHRONICLES.

11: 1. Јов.

1: 6. 14: 10. PSALMS.

6: 5. 9: 17. 49: 15. 109: 4. 115: 17. PROVERBS.

5: 5. ECCLESIASTES.

3: 19. 9: 5. 12: 7.

- 14. ISAIAH.

33: 14. DANIEL.

12: 2,3: MATTHEW.

4: 1.
5: 22.
10: 28.
12: 22.

23.
28.

36. 16: 18.

26. 17: 1. 18: 8.

9. 19: 27. 23: 15.

33. 25: 41. MARK.

3: 28.
3: 22.

9: 43. LUKE. 10: 18. 13: 16. 16: 19,

Page.

- 22. 156 23: 3.

- 43. 117 JOHN.

5: 28. 157 8: 44.

12: 48.
158 Acts.
19 1: 25.

2: 22.
19 23: 8.
116 ROMANS.
115 14: 10.
159 1. CORINTHIANS.
119 5: 5.

II. CORINTHIANS.
117 5: 6.

11: 14. 26 5: 11. 19 PHILIPPIANS. 27 1: 21. 52 II. THESSALONIANS.

1: 6. 89 - 9.

II. TIMOTHY. 52,91

4: 6.

HEBREWS.
167 12: 23.
137 9. 27.
138 JAMES.
165 3: 6.
122 5: 19.
23 I. PETER.
39 1: 9.
123 5: 8.
20 II. PETER.
28 3: 7.
91 2: 4.
139 17.

68 JUDE.
140 7.
141 13.
91 14.

REVELATIONS.
40 6: 9.
92

7: 9.
144 | 14: 11.

19: 1. 170 20: 10. 172 22. 29 22: 8.

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28 48

146 22

22 175

49 131 93

93 93 50

25 25 94 94 94 51 33

INTRODUCTION.

The following pages exhibit the substance of a course of Lectures, prepared and delivered by the writer to his own people. And the reasons which led him to think it expedient to give the lectures the form of a reply to Mr. Balfour, as the best means of counteracting the efforts of Universalists among the people of his charge, are equally good to show that this is the best mode of meeting the wants of the community in general. With regard to the immediate effect of the lectures, all the expectations of the writer, to say the least, have been realized. For offering the substance of them in this form to the public, I shall attempt no apology. For if the contents of the book do not avail to carry my justification to the reader, no prefatory apologies will do it.

I have been for some time satisfied that a reply to Mr. Balfour, which shall embrace all the main principles of his theory, as published in his first and second“ Inquiry,” in his “Essays," and in his “Reply to Stuart," is called for by the existing state of things. Replies to him in respect to parts of his system have been published, while the system has

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