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with the first sixteen verses of the epistle . ** Paul , an Apostle of Jesus Christ , by the will of God to the saints , being in Epbesus , and faithful in Christ Jesus : Grace to you , and peace , from God the Father of us * and of tfre Lord Jesus Christ . Blessed the God
and Father of the Lord of us , Jesus Christ , who is blessing us by every blessing spiritual , in the places above the heavens , ia Christ ; Like a $ he out-chose us in him , before the founding of the world , for us to be holy aud blameless before him in love : Having selected us into son ship bv
Jesus Christ unto himself , according to the good pleasure of the will of himself , to the praise of the glory of the grace of himself , by which he graced us in the beloved . In whom we have redemption by the blood of him , the remission of sins , according to the richness of the grace of him . Of which he was abundant to us in
all wisdom , aim prudence , having revealed to us the mystery of the will of himself , according to the good pleasure of himself , which he before purposed in himself . For the dispensation of the fulness of the times , to bring under oue head all things in
the Christ , those both in the heavens * and those upon the earth in him . In whom also we are made heirs , selected according to the fore-purpose of Him who to all things giveth energy * according to the council of the will of himself ; that we might be to
the praise of the glory of him , who firat hoped in the Christ . In whom also ye having beard the word of the truth , the gospel of the salvation of you : in which also having believed ye were sealed by the spirit of prowise , the holy : who is the earnest of
the inheritance of us , in the redemption of the possession bought , to the praise of the glovy of him . Where * fore also I , hearing the faith , amoug you , in the Lord Jesus , and the love to all the saints , do not cease giving thanks for you , mention of you making in the prayer * of roe- "
Ch . iv , 25 , &e- ?• Wherefore lay ^ ing aside Jies , speak truth , every one with the neighbour of him ; because we are of each other members . Be angry arid do pot sin ; the sun let not aejt upon tb& Wath of you : neither give plajce to the aotwrerr . The fitea ) - erpQ itwr $ tet titea }* but rather tat
him , labour , working the rigfet with hands , that he may have to impart to him that needeth . " In verse 32 » I find " Christ , ' instead of the systematic rendering of the common version .
Ch . vi . 1 , &c . " Children obey the voice of the parents of you ia the Lord . For this is just . Honour the father of thee , and the mother $ which is command the first in a promise ; that well to thee may be and tbou be long-lived upon the earth . *' There is no date to Mr . Grant ' s
pamphlet . By its appearance , it may have been printed nearly one hundred years . Mr . Callender was probably a contemporary of John Canne , who seems to have been satisfied with a still shorter experiment on translation " word for word . " BIBLICUS .
14 Query with regard to a Sunday Toll .
Sir , Oct . 24 , 1815 . READING in your Repository for June last ( x . 382 , 383 , &c . ) the Report of the Protestant Society
for the Protection of Religious Liberty , I observe that two cases have been decided in favour of person * claiming exemption from paying turn * p % ke tolls on Jhe ground of their going to places of divine , worship *
This induces me to state to you the fallowing case , and to beg some one of your numerous correspondents will point out how I am to . procure redress . Doubtless there are many persons who are in nearly similar ch > cumstances with my self 5 consequent * ly I staill not only be obliged to you ,
but the dissenting interest at large will feel a like obligation for 5 * clue to the removal of the grievance . I assure you , Mr . Editor , that it is not any pecuniary advantages which . I am seeking after , no : —my motive is purely to support my privilege as a Dissenter in particular , and the privilege * of the Dissenters in general .
In the Report above alluded to , no mention is made of the names of the parties whose case was decided at the Suffolk assizes , nor on what act of parliament the Judge ' s exposition acid decision Was iounjcbed 1 and the second
case is equally destitute of that kind of information which ia , necessary for we to lay before a magistrate for the purppae of procuring redness * The Case * . r ~ i live in a village ab ^ ut 4 hff « 0 miles from a podtwtown in the West of England , and am a ISnitar
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Jan. 2, 1816, page 14, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2448/page/14/