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controversy in which he appeared, was
that produced by Mr. Dodwell’s celebrat-
ed Traćt, “ Christianity not founded on
Argument;” to which Mr. Mole replied
in a Piece entitled, “ The Grounds of
the Christian Faith rational,” 1743 ; a
Piece which did honour to his ability,
candour, and liberality.
Previously to this publication he had
removed from Rotherhithe to Hackney,
where he spent some years, till at length
he returned to the neighbourhood of Ux-
bridge, where he died about the year
178o, in a very advanced age.
In an early period of his ministry he
was engaged, in conjunétion with Mr.
JLardner, Mr. Chandler, and several other
Ministers, in carrying on a Course of Lec-
tures, on a Tuesday evening, at the Old
Jewry.
In 1745 he printed a Sermon, from Jo-
nah, iii. 3, 9, preached at Court-yard,
Southwark, on December 4.—He employ-
ed the latter part of his days in writing
in Latin a Life of the celebrated Lau-
rentius Valla, including the religious and
literary history of the time. The manu-
script of this work Mr. Mole's executors,

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