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And to all the Eucharistical Offices of the ancient Churches.
Dr. Hancock calls for exprefs and plain Scripture for this
Christian Sacrifice.


A Teftimony of Bishop Beverege brought against him. 1
The Council in Trullo appeal'd to.


The Doctrine of Briffonius concerning the Nature of a Sacri-
fice enquir'd into.
And of Suidas.



Пego pegen, & Offerre, ufed in the Greek and Latin Churches
for the Celebration of the Eucharift.
Some farther Remarks from the forementioned Authorities.




The Word Sacrament not to be found in Scripture.
The Sacrifice of the Eucharift no Stranger to the Communion-
Devotions of the Church of England.
The Vindicator of the Church and Clergy of England confi-



Several Reasons why this Author could not be Dr. Kennet.


Dr. Jo. Edward's Strictures flighted
The Difingenuity of making this Doctrine introductive of the
Popish Mafs.
Torey fhew'd to be a facrificial Term in the Hellenistical Stile.
No reafon why the Reformed fhould be afraid of believing the
Eucharift to be a facrificial Service.




Lady inclinable to embrace the Roman Communion
is vifited by the D. at the Request of a Friend,
in order to prevent her Apoftacy from the Church of
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The Danger of trusting oar felves alone with the Adverfaries
of our Religion, and neglecting the Advice of our own Di-
vines, obferved, &c.
The Objection of our receiving our Faith from the Church of


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"HE Author of the Paper his Explanation of Ver. 3. of
St. Jude's Epiftle, To contend for the Faith once de-

livered to the Saints.


Every Doctrine of Faith not neceffary to be known by every
Chritian; but when known to be believed.

The proporines of Faith once deliver'd to the Saints


on Dr. Bull.

His Defence of the Bishop of Meaux against Dr. Bull.

The Term Catholick Church explain'd, with fome Reflexions

17, 18, 19

The D's Answer to the Letter fent by the Lady with the fore-

mention'd Paper enclofed, wherein he complains of the weak

and fallacious Arguments made ufe of as an Answer to the

Paffages referr'd to in his Book, and to which he promises a

19. 20, 21

Another Letter from the D. to the Lady, wherein he defires a

Conference that he might make her fenfible of the want of

Truth and Ingenuity in the Author of the Paper above-


The Lady's Anfwer, expreffing fome Scruples and Doubts, &c.
22, 23


The D's Return to that Letter, wherein he Jeems to doubt

whether her Lapfe be recoverable. However defires the

Author's Vindication of his Paper, or promises a publik


Another Letter from the Lady, wherein the affures the D

She is not yet so far gone, but won'd be willing to fee his

Answer to the Paper.

23, 24



The D's congratulatory Answer that she is not yet departed

wholely from the Church of England.

Another Letter from the Lady farther importuning the D's

Answer to the Paper.
The D's Answer, wherein he first refers to his Remarks upon
that Paper in his first Letter. Then challenges her with
the Promife of the Author's Vindication of it. And lastly
defires to know how far her Ladyship is fatisfied as to the
firft Objection fhe made against the Church of England,
on account of the Selts and Schifms, &c.
The Lady's Reply, wherein he expreffes her Satisfaction as


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to the Objection laft mention'd; but feems to retain her Scruples in other Points, from a Book fhe fends the D. together with a short Vindication of the Paper of the Faith once deliver'd to the Saints. 27 The Vindication of the Paper of the Faith once deliver'd to the Saints. Wherein he makes the Doctrines of the Council of Trent the Doctrines of the Holy Catholick Apoftolick Church; and as there can be but one Holy Catholick Apoftolick Church, fo all Chriftians are bound to her Determinations. 28, 29 The D's Anfwer, he refers her to the Answer to that Book, entituled Nubes Teftium. Complains of the weakness of the Vindication, wherein he only afferts without proving any thing. Concludes his Letter with ferious Advice, and a hearty Prayer. 29, 30, 31 Another Letter from the Lady, wherein he renews her Objection against the Validity of our Ordination, particularly from the omiffion of thofe Words in our Ordinal at the ordaining of a Prieft, Receive thou a Power to offer Sacrifice as well for the Living as for the Dead. The D's Anfwer, wherein thofe Objections are fully answer'd, as first the mifapplication of the Text, 2 Cor. xii. 14. 33 The having Orders from the Church of Rome (if granted) no Argument to oblige us indifpenfably to take that Church for our Guide, when he has departed from the Truth. 34 The Words, Receive thou a Power, &c. not used in the Church Ordinals for above a thousand Years from Christ, prov'd from their own Writers. Another Letter from the D. to know what Satisfaction fhe receiv'd from the former.






The Lady's Anfwer, wherein he still professing her felf a Member of the Church of England, acknowledging the great Satisfaction he has receiv'd from the D's Arguments. But at last feems to ground her greatest Prejudi ces against the Church of England from fome unjustifiable Practices the Members of that Church have taken up. 37, 38 The D's Reply, wherein he repeats the Danger of converfing alone with Enemies to our Religion. The Prejudices taken against the Church of England from the Defection of fome of her Members from their ancient Doctrines, no good Argument for deserting her. Especially not to be objected


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