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TRE A TI SE

OF

P. O W ER

ESSENTIAL and MECHANICAL.

WHERE IN

The Original, and that Part of Re-

ligion which now is natural,

IS STAT E D.

Jer. ii. 11. Hath a Nation changed their Aleim,

which are yet no Aleim? But my People bave
changed their Glory for that which doth not

profit.
Ibid. xvi. 20. Shall a Man make Aleim unto

himself, and they are no Aleim?
Col. ii. 8. Beware left any Man spoil you through

Philosophy and vain Deceit, after the Tradition
of Men, after the Rudiments of the World,
and not after Christ. For in bim dwelleth the
Fulness of the Godhead bodily.

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against St, Magnus's Church, London-Bridge.

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TRE A TI SE

OF

POWER

ESSENTIAL and MechANICAL.

HE great Zeal, which those of this Country who have had what is now called Education,

are in high Stations, in Business, who have not Time to study the antient Languages, at those Years when Men are fit. to judge, nay even which those who have had leffer Degrees of Education, Yol. V.

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