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Several excellent discourses which he delivered among them . In 2810 the society engaged the Skinners' Hall Chapel , as their place of meeting , which is a
convenient place of worship . During the last twelve month !) , in consequence of certain differences , a small secession took place , and th € seeedirig members formed a gepafrate society , which meets in a half at . the head of the Anchor
Close ' , High Street . The former i § &dietf is strictly Unitarian , the ifetter Unitarian upon the low t * J \ ri&h hypothesis . Mr . Wright ? fcas 'l ately 1 visited and preached S ^ numbet * of discourses to both
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the societies . A theological library is established , which is supported by members of both societies . The members of both
societies are very anxious to obtain a regular minister , and could one be obtained there is every reason to believe they would be re-united . The Unitarians at Edinburgh have derived some assistance ' from
young gentlemen who hare been students at the college , especially from a Mr , Good , and from Mr . J . Yates , who is now the Unitarian minister at Glasgow . These gentlemen preached among them very frequently during their residence in that city .
sense of the word , has given 9 net * turn to the study of the ancient Hebrew authorities , and h&b produced a learned and useful polemic cal controversy . We shall now mention the two chief antagonists of M . EichhofD on this occasion .
3 . One of these is M . Vat ^ r , whose qame has been already repeatedly mentioned : he published a very profound and solid cdm - mentary on the Pentateuch , tb # third and last volume ? of Wbich ap-,
pearcd in 1805 . H «* there huz ; irds some opinions different fr m thog 6 of M . Eichhotn as to tfte fivfe boofcfr r ascribed' to Moses . The third volume , in particular ,
cofttaius a Femarftable dissertation , which occupies more thatt 3 ^ pages ^ W On- the € * rigi ^ df tfitf Pentateuch « . ^ H f . V&tet tMffo era ^ l oy s ^ hi whole criticfltl acw ^ ll in ordw tt >« prove Wm ito *^ Vdt&
352 Researches qf the German Literati .
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), June 2, 1812, page 352, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct1749/page/8/