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(FRoM THE “chnist1AN DiscIPLE,” punished At Bostox.)
No. 148 MARKET STREET. &
John D. Toy, PRINTER.
4 Sermon, exhibiting some of the principal doctrines of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States, by which that Church is distinguished from other denominations of Christians; by WILLIAM Edward Wyatt, A. M. Associate Minister of St. Paul's parish, and professor of Theology in the University of Maryland. Baltimore. Joseph Robinson. pp. 44.
Letters on the ministry, ritual, and doctrines of the Protestant . Episcopal Church; addressed to the Rev. Wm. E. Wyatt, D. D. .dssociate JMinister of St. Paul’s parish, Baltimore, and Professor of Theology in the University of Maryland; in reply to “a Sermon eachibiting some of the principal doctrines of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States,” by JARED SPARKs, A. M. Minister of the First Independent Church of Baltimore. Baltimore. N. G. Maxwell. pp. 268.
SINCE Episcopacy sustained in 1763, the formidable assault of Dr. Mayhew, and to shield it, the rector of Cambridge and the archbishop of Canterbury interposed alike in vain, it has made no progress among us, such as could be satisfactory to its friends. The writings of that admirable man gave the alarm through New-England, and awoke the old congregational spirit. The measures of the English society”
* Our readers are aware that the writings of Dr. Mayhew referred to, were occasioned by the society established under king William, “for the propagation of the gospel in foreign parts.” having engaged in proselyting operations in New-England.