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From the Bishop of London to Dr. Watts
Fron Sir Gilbert Eliott to Dr. Watts
: 132 From the Bishop of York to Dr. Watts • 134 From G. A. Franckius, S. P. D. to Dr. Watts 136 From the same to the same
• 138 From the same to the same From the same to the same - - 142 From the same to the fame . • 145 From Jo. Hen. Callenbern to Dr. Watts 143 From Mr. Ifaac Watts to Mr. Enoch Watts 149 From Mr. Enoch Watts to the Reverend
Doctor his Brother, importuning him to publish his Hymns, &c.
From Dr. Watts to Mr. Bradbury-
. -, 177 From the Reverend Mr. Thomas Bradbury
to Dr. Watts - - 185 From Dr. Watts to the Reverend Mr. Thomas
Bradbury - - - - II From the Rev. Mr. Bradbury to Dr. Watts 196 From Dr. Watts to the Reverend Mr. Thomas Bradbury
- 209 From the Rev. Mr. Thomas Bradbury to Dr. Watts
• 214 From Dr. Watts to the Rev. Mr. Bradbury 219 From the Reverend Mr. Thomas Bradbury
to Dr. Watts - - - 221 From Dr. Watts to the Rev. Mr. Bradbury 229 From the Reverend Mr. Thomas Bradbury to Dr. Watts
ISAIAH lvii. 17, 18. For the Iniquity of bis covetousness was I wroth, and smote him: I hid me, and was wroth, and
Page be went on frowardly in the way of his heart. I have seen bis ways, and will heal him: I. will lead him also, and restore comforts unto bim, and to his mourners - 243
SE R M O N II.
ISAIA lvii. 17, 18. For the iniquity of his covetoufness was I wroth, &c.
- - - 258 SERMON III.
IS AIAH lvii. 18. I have seen bis ways, and will heal him - 270
Ş E R M O N IV.
ISAIAH lvii. 18. I have seen his ways, and I will beal him, &C.: 279
SERMON V. ... 2 CORINTHIANS vi. 9. As dying, and behold, we live •
From the Bishop of LONDON to Dr. WATTS.
Whitehall, April 30, 1731. I WAS solicitous to know the writer of a book which came to me with an anonymous_letter, beCause I was very much pleased with the performance. The reasonings are clear and strong; and the manner of writing, serious and truly christian. You judge very right of what I mean by the insufficiency of reason to be a guide in religion ; and it is strange, how the person who has written against my Second Letter, should understand me in any other sense, when he knew I was writing against those who assert such a sufficiency of reason as renders revelation needless; and when I had guarded against all misconstructions, by distinguishing between reason in a state of innocence and in a state of corruption; and took the estimate of what it can do, from what in fact it has done,
Since you are resolved that the author of the Strength and Weakness of Human Reason shall continue unknown, I will punctually comply with VOL. II.