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CERTAIN HIGH-CHURCH PRINCIPLES
COMMONLY DESIGNATED BY THE TERM
LONGMAN, BROWN, GREEN, AND LONGMANS.
paring them for the press, the Author has availed
himself of the opportunity of making various alter- '
ations and additions, with the view of rendering
them less unworthy of the favourable attention
with which they were at first received. The po
pular cast which they necessarily assumed as oral
addresses has been retained in their printed form,
both from the difficulty of reconstructing them
without entirely destroying their identity, and be
cause it is for the people generally, and not for the
learned particularly, that they are designed.
London, February 20, 1844.
Introductory remarks.—Reasons for entering on the sub..
Scriptural meaning of the word Church.--Its constitution
A POSTOLIC SUCCESSION.
Statement of the doctrine—its meaning in the vocabulary