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[Footnote 382:  Matter’s Histoire de Christianisme, 4, 368.]

[Footnote 383:  T. Rowan’s Life and Letters of Schleiermacher, i. 30.]

[Footnote 384:  ‘Remarks on the Defence to Aspasio,’ &c., 1766,—­Works, 10, 351.]

[Footnote 385:  Idem.]

[Footnote 386:  Wesley’s ’Answer to Lavington,’—­Works, vol. ix. 3.]

[Footnote 387:  Seward’s ‘Journal,’ 45, quoted by Lavington. Enthusiasm of Methodists and Papists Compared, 11.]

[Footnote 388:  Seward’s ‘Journal,’ 62.  Lavington, Id.]

[Footnote 389:  Seward’s Anecdotes, vol. ii. (ed. 1798), 437.]

[Footnote 390:  Calamy’s Life and Times, i. 404.  Perry’s History of the Church of England, 3, 145.]

[Footnote 391:  Calamy, i. 465.  Skeats’ History of the Free Churches, 187.]

[Footnote 392:  Calamy, i. 465.]

[Footnote 393:  Burnet’s History of his Own Times, 721.]

[Footnote 394:  Hoadly, ‘Letter to a Clergyman,’ &c.—­Works, i. 19.]

[Footnote 395:  Calamy, ii. 243.]

[Footnote 396:  Guardian, No. 41.]

[Footnote 397:  Spectator, No. 269.]

[Footnote 398:  Hoadly, ’Reasonableness of Conformity.’—­Works, i. 284.]

[Footnote 399:  ‘Letter to a Clergyman,’ &c.—­Works, i. 30.]

[Footnote 400:  Matthew Henry, in Thoresby’s Correspondence, i. 438.]

[Footnote 401:  Speech in the House of Lords, 1704.]

[Footnote 402:  Burnet’s Life and Times, 741.]

[Footnote 403:  Ibid. 721.]

[Footnote 404:  At this date, as White Kennet’s biographer remarks, ’the name of Presbyterian was liberally bestowed on one of the archbishops, on several of the most exemplary bishops, as well as on great numbers among the interior clergy.’—­Life of Kennet, 102.]

[Footnote 405:  Sermon before the Lord Mayor, &c.  November 5, 1709.]

[Footnote 406:  The Church of England free from the Imputation of Popery, 1683.]

[Footnote 407:  Skeats’ History of the Free Churches, 160.]

[Footnote 408:  Id. 346.]

[Footnote 409:  Horace Walpole’s Memoirs, &c. 366.]

[Footnote 410:  They are carefully summarised in a series of papers in the Gentleman’s Magazine for 1750, vols. xix and xx.  It is clear from the correspondence on the subject how much interest they aroused.—­See also Nichols’ Lit.  An., vol. 3.]

[Footnote 411:  Hunt’s Religious Thought in England, iii. 300.]

[Footnote 412:  Blackburne’s Historical View, &c., Introduction, xx.]

[Footnote 413:  Canon 36, Sec. 3.]

[Footnote 414:  ‘Strictures on the Articles, Subscriptions, &c.,’ Jortin’s Tracts, ii. 417.]

[Footnote 415:  Quoted in The Church of England Vindicated, &c., 1801, p. 2.]

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