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criticism, were he to recount the difficulties he has had to struggle with, or the various obstacles which have retarded the
of his inquiries. He therefore commits his work, such as it is, to the candour of those who take an interest in theological discussions, courting, rather than avoiding, the detection of his errors, and fervently praying that, if he have succeeded in establishing the sanctity of the sabbatical institution, his humble labours
may be instrumental, through the divine blessing, to the more general observance of so hallowed a rest.
The - perpetual obligation of the Sabbatical institu-