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[Footnote 239:  S. xlvi., Works, iii. 359.]

[Footnote 240:  Id.]

[Footnote 241:  C. Leslie, Works, ii. 669.]

[Footnote 242:  Burnet’s Four Discourses, 122.]

[Footnote 243:  Id. 127.]

[Footnote 244:  Id.]

[Footnote 245:  Id. 134.]

[Footnote 246:  S. xlvi., Works, iii. 359, and 383, 389.]

[Footnote 247:  S. ccxxvii., Works, ix. 337.]

[Footnote 248:  S. xlvii., Works, iii. 403.]

[Footnote 249:  C. Leslie, Works, ii. 281.]

[Footnote 250:  S. xlvi., Works, iii. 362.]

[Footnote 251:  Id. 363.]

[Footnote 252:  Id. 364.]

[Footnote 253:  S. xlvi., Works iii. 365]

[Footnote 254:  S. xlvii. Works, iii. 398.]

[Footnote 255:  Leslie, ii. 562.]

[Footnote 256:  Leslie, ii. 596.]

[Footnote 257:  Quotations from the Shepherd of Hermas, in a review of vol. i. of the Ante-Nicene Library in the Spectator, July 27, 1867, p. 836.]

[Footnote 258:  Just.  Mart. Dial. cum Tryph. i. b. i.  Sec. v. 20 (ed.  W. Trollope, 1846); also Iren. Haer. ii. 34, 3, quoted in note to above.]

[Footnote 259:  Sibyll. ver. 331. De Psalm. 36, v. 15; Serm. xx.  Sec. 12; Lactant. Div.  Inst. vii. 21, all quoted in H.B.  Wilson’s speech, 1863, 102-10.]

[Footnote 260:  Jerome, Com. in Is. tom. 3, ed.  Ben. 514, quoted by Le Clerc, Bib.  Choisie, vii. 326.]

[Footnote 261:  Clem.  Alex. Strom. vii.  Sec. 6, p. 851, quoted in Blunt, J.J., Early Fathers, p. 80.]

[Footnote 262:  Origen, Hom. 6, in Ex.  N. 4, quoted by Wilson, and De Princip. iii. c. v-vi. quoted by Blunt, Early Fathers, 99, and Le Clerc, Bibliotheque Choisie, vii. 327.]

[Footnote 263:  Wilson, 119 and 99.]

[Footnote 264:  J.T.  Rutt, note to Calamy’s Own Life, i. 140.]

[Footnote 265:  Biog.  D., Vane.]

[Footnote 266:  H. More, Works, ed. 1712. On the Immortality of the Soul, b. iv. ch. xix.  Sec. 9.]

[Footnote 267:  Worthington’s unhesitating acceptance of the tenet in question (Essay on Man’s Redemption, 1748, 308) is particularly noticeable, because he was an ardent believer in the gradual restoration of mankind in general to a state of perfection.]

[Footnote 268:  Life of Young.  Anderson’s British Poets, x. 10.]

[Footnote 269:  Fielding’s Joseph Andrews, b. ii. ch. 3.]

[Footnote 270:  Birch, T., Life of Tillotson, cliv.]

[Footnote 271:  Locke, J., Reasonableness of Christianity, Preface.]

[Footnote 272:  S. xxxv., Works, iii. 85.]

[Footnote 273:  Id. 84.]

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