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A CONSIDERABLE time ago, a copy of the work which I here attempt to refute, was sent to me, by the Committee of the London Society for promoting Christianity among the Jews, with a request that I would answer it. The same was done, as I understood, to a few other persons. Having looked into the book in rather a slight manner, and being fully engaged at the time, I was not at all inclined to undertake the service; thinking that some other person, more at leisure, would do it in a more adequate and acceptable manner.
But, being somewhat less engaged in the beginning of the present year, I again took up the work, and read it more attentively ; purposing, if not too late, to make some short remarks on particular passages, and coinmunicate them to any one who, I should learn, was preparing an
In attempting this, however, the whole concern appeared to me in a new light; and I per