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Iherfctiocfr , kto * ^ whole of "whole , * h «** gh inah inefff&ble , itieompi-fctto&ibfe Ihiihnef , Wbftrh is n < ygte&t # t > n $ et w ^ en we can understand $ o liitte of creattiTfe generations . . < . Cr<tofi Jfeelf is as atrac ~
^^ ftubld--ft $ tlte cnernat getiefa - tf # n . .... * Tfett * rho& divine esleftee is originally in the Father , | fe # tprtbft&n&c&fed wifo £ fe to the tiori ' : * sabsistt whole and dlstintt
m both , and is ofce ifi both , . . . « Ifile SabfcUians made Father , Srni | hd Holy Ghost but three names ^ f ttre' satire person : but the datfco-iics asserted three real subsist-A % permits , who were substance , * fcbstance antl sti . Utance . ^ yet
iNft doe of ofte i the perfect satne ^ the | yerfbtt same : una ' subwtnii ^ noh unus sabsrstens / One flftritetknqe , not one that subsists ; < iJld therdlbre generally rather % aH £ d t ^ em three subsistences
that * three substances . Not but ttifat they owned each subsistence fO be a substance , but they were ifc the common acceptation of the Iffoti ) trot three substances , but
O 1 TE SVBSTAUtE , realty and act ^ Uy sti ^ tsTiNG THRICE , I ^ liidh t hty allowed to be one mndoNEand one , but notTfta *;^^ TtiUs fer this teamed author page TThose who wish for further edification of this sort are referred < t > thte p iece itself , published in ^ W , When the controversy was tH \ jfo ^ t betiveen Soutk and S ^
erlt ) Ck , It is entitled , ** The Dis . tlnption between Real and Nortii . Hal Trinitarians , &ic . in Answer tfei kte Soct ^ ixisr Pamphlet , &tz ?' ^ Though the piece is ationymous , tfc ^ re te m dot ^ bt of its being the •¦¦ ¦ ¦
t . ¦ rs / ¦ •? x . " - • - J \ Sk ? What ! fwn ^ e ^ o ^ pwrlm ^ to communication ? 1
• . - j r- . . ^ ok-k of Ts ) t * Wallis , some other of wbcfsfe pieces , of a similar kind , with his fr&tnfe prefixed , are bound in the sartie tolumie , 4 to . particu
larly three Sermons on John xvii . 3 , preached before the University of Oxford , in which he was professor of Geometry . Who so fit to write on the present suWect , and to affix his Q . E . D .
A&an ^ ffrtitfC 169
A Family Tyricnt * The ! t > uke of Somerset , wjba was rnaistet of the Horse , in tile feign of Queen Anne , tvas deetned the proudest man in her Majesty * *
dominions . His servants were only allowed to obey him by signs , and the roads in the country J we ¥ « cleaved wherever he went , that h « might pass wilhout obstruction * The Duchess having once
familiarly tapped him on the shotlirfir with her fan , he turned about wiijh an indignant countenance , and gave her this rebuke : * My first Duchess was a Percy , and she never took such a liberty with me / ' His children obeyed his
mandates with profound respect , the two youngest daughters being accustomed , every afternoo ^ to stand and watch alternately whilst he slept . Once the Lady Char * - lotte being tired , sat down . The morose father awoke , and vowed he would make her remember b « r
want of dedorum . He accord , ingly left her , by his will , twenty thousand pounds less than her sister ^ f What a mortifying idea does it give one of human nature , to s ^ e that so good a friend to civil an 4 religious liberty could be such a
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Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), March 2, 1814, page 169, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2438/page/33/