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PIL L A R S
S HA KE N.
I bry ore always foru ard io comp'ain of innovations,
and of diftu bing things that ere ferried. But who kave mude more innovations than ekurcbn:en? Who have more disturbed and changed religion and states, by their ambition, by their disputes, by their turbubent behaviour, and exorbitant lain s? and whe are so much given to change? What chan es, what viclent and laules conse, vere ikers might by LAUD and his bičilren in his time, and alui ays attempted by those of hisfritzerlace? The laity have been only or the desenfazie paroeng. the are tempts and morftrous demands of Jush forbe clergy, and answering their wilt ovrăing::."GORDON.
LONDON: Printed for Mr. CADELL in the Strand;
Mr. KEARSLEY in Ludgate-treet; Mr. Payne and Mr. JOHNSON in Pater-Tofter-Row ; and Mr. YOUNG under the Royal Exchange.
CONT E N TS,
A serious Inquiry into the Use and Importance of
The Complaint of the Children of Israel: by
An Inquiry into the behaviour of our great
Machiavel's Vindication of himself and his
Reasons against restraining the Press. The