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c&hniv lefiL otii £ Es to doubt oS Ina ^ iss * ^^¦¦** % L ^ w- ^ r > % 7 *? 9 f ™ r , ^ T - ^^ JTrf x - ^ - ¦ - ' ^ ttfcljt sc ^ titw m ^ rcy , ana to cotopcte tor tnetr ^ alyation on purchased favour and forgiv ^ pess . Though she differed to ever ** great an extent from otters , $ et she w ? is most willing to act with them a& f fdf as they could agree , not eaieem urn & diversity of opinion in othsr re *
spects as affording any aumcieot reason for declining to meet and co ^ ope * ete with them ou common ground , is ^ unhappily the way of many religious persons to confine their attention to a fyvv points of doctrine , and having these most in their thoughts , to let their voaver&atiou turn upon them almost
exclusively ; but this lady loved to converse upon subjects which the far greatest part of Christians concur in , such as the existence , superintending providence , perfections and righteous retributive government of God ; the probationary condition of man ; the
indispensable necessity of a virtuous , upright , unblemished life . ; the noble iteration of character which a consci entious conformity to the will of God produces , and the consolatory hopes which may be reasonably cherished !> y ifrfi $ e wUo have regulated tkeir lives agragahto to such principles as , in
ykir belief , bear the stamp of Divine approbation . A Whatever W I have © b-^ erved of Mrs . . / s exemplary ^ ttoatioB . to the public duties of reli ^ on , yaight , be said with equal truth of this lady- AU tl ^ e members of her family , morenoarly t > r remotely allied to her , i * at oa ^ held her in the highest e $ - teejrv , biijt looked upon her with sentiof
meat ^ exalted veneration , deeming it an hoiwur to addrese her b y the term which designated the relation ia which she stood to them . It is a subjject , ^ ir . Editor , of lively Joy to a we ^ l ^ d i&posed and weH-dir $ qted min 4 » t ^^ trwy worthy , amiable and rationi ^ l y relwous ^ persons have at any ^ tinae appeared ^ op . . the earth : it t ^ ida tu
nrodujce a ^ satistaoUoB combined with devout gratitude to ^ ba Creator , thfrt we j > elfMpg-: % p the IwMiia ^ rwe . it also lay » a foundation anwM ^ h to fyrm
vm of t )* e roost < te ^ htful ? iew » whicfe cm \>? pr ^ i ^ it ^ d tQ the DWd ^ f nwiiy gi ^ ft eim ? e % } && $ > & excei |^ t ai ^ gjw * JP ^ j ^ i ainiefi hnvt b ^ n knowp ^ i * h ^ » aw » lo be ootj ^ w ^ I ^ ijopwrt 4 -.
lustre in this woftt ^^ be ^ reiti ov ^ , the Wi ^ ote human family wilt * become assimilated to - those wfco have been pre-eminently distinguished amongst them ? * - ' THEOS . Bfc \ lVW . i . ' ^ ^ I
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Sm , X 71 EELING confident that the quea-JD tioa ^ ' whether * he register of births kep $ at Dr . WUliaiw ^ Library , Red-Cross Street , U evi 4 eH « e if ^ our courts af law a ^ d equity /* will be
considered of great importance by moat of your readers , add particularly those who have the inisfortone ttf being involved in the labyrinths of a Chaneery s ^ it , I trouble ypa vdft itfie note of a case Which occurred before
the Maater of the RolU on tUe 26 tfeof June , 1 ^ 20 , vid ^ Jaw ^ aod W ^ kert Reports , Vei , I . p . 4 && Itvro ** peti ~ tim , * & parts Taylor , for jiaymfcfctof a legacy that h&d : beeft invested ia t \ & fuuudfe in the mwne of the Aecou ^ tantv Genendf / the : le ^ at ^ e iiav ip ^ attuned 21 . To prove hU « ge , an e ^ taqlined i
copy of fttt © n ^ » * be , register o £ tibe birth © of J ^ b ^^ te ^ etoldreu ,, kepV « t Dr . WSIKaiiisfa Litwra ? y Wa&prodvM ^ d : " the Master of tbe Rolle thwghl itwA » not evidence that the cowl eoultf « U 3 t ovkJ TWflbal the person ymi * &&- ?**
thus unexpectedly bJWired frotn obtain * itkg what he w « b aa : a matter trfeoursfe entitled to by the de ^ i ^ aef jmi e ^ tiitable Judg £ > I know n $ U w » f am I awar ^ of any case which has : occurred
since , in which this question bfW Arisert . I write itl the expectation , AM if the law ii now t * 3 it wa * laid di > wtt by Sir Xfeow ^ Pluw cr oiily i * iS 2 O , aomethiitg nftHy be < lone to remedy $ uchr it gwat ^ ia 4 erymgr ewl whkh affects * farge Ijody of hU Mej * sty a aub ) ect » . i rf ; . . .-
fag R&thier q £ & * ths Mj > r . IFiUim ^ library .
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Dec. 2, 1822, page 728, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2519/page/8/