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LETTER III. The Author wishes for no interference in religious

watters. Right of the Legislature to inquire whạt Sectaries and

their number, wealth, and power, &c. at Preston and Stonyhurst.

Reply to Mr. Dallas. Jesuits not bound by any oath to our Go-

vernment, but take an Oath to serve the Pope and Church of

Rome. Practical deductions from the statements here made.

Dean Milner's opinion,

P. 30--39.

bishop Troy's Pastoral Instruction. Copious Extracts from it;

on the revolt of Henry VIII.--the jurisdiction of the Pope,-com-

munion with the See of Rome,-salvation only in that Church,

the spirit of Proselytism,-infallibility of the Church, -General

Councils,-Errors of Heretics,-one true faith,-dogmatical de-

çrees,-canonical obedience,-universal extent of Papal jurisdic-

tion,-ill-informed Protestants who advocate Catholic Emancipa-

tion. Mr. Sheridan's opinion of Popish doctrines producing

persecution. Bishop Bossuet, and his Biographers. P. 52-58.

Letter XI. Intimate connexion of leading Popish doctrines. The

words of Pastors received as God's Word. Class-book of May-
nooth College. English Bible printed at Dublin in 1816;- sanc-

P. 64–69.

LETTER XIII. Dr. Hawarden the successful disputant against

Chillingworth. Dr. Challoner, the Editor of the Rheims Testa,

ment, in 1749. Roman Catholic principles stated from the writings

of Hawarden. Zeal of the Booksellers in Dublin and London to

reprint Popish works, and Ward's calumnies. The Catholic

Church not deemed uncharitable in obliging men to believe its

articles of faith. Heretics always accuse the Church of coining

new articles of belief, &c. and of being uncharitable. None

saved out of the Roman Church ; a general rule, but not univers

sal. The Catholic Church does not include Protestants or mo-

dern Greeks, &c. This shown at large and illustrated by Hawara

den. Exclusive salvation, therefore, is an essential doctrine

never to be forgotten,

P. 69–74.

LETTER XIV. The anathema of Papists does not exclude men

from the authority of the Church, or from being subject to its
punishment. The sentence of a Priest to be obeyed under pain of
death. The Church decides all controversies, and allows of no
appeal : inflicts death on the disobedient, as was done by Church
guides under the Old Testament. This doctrine taught in all mo-

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