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With some additions and alterations.
BY JOHN BROWN, A. M.
The clesign of the author in the following discourses has
been, to advance truth in a manner plain and intelligible to
an illiterate rcader.
If he have succeeded in this object, he will be indifferent
may be offered on particulars of mi
These discourses have no special claim to originality
On topics which have employed the tongue and pen of controversy for more than two hundred ycars, nothing materially new can be expected, and the author is happy in the reflection that for the defence of the positions which he has
here endeavored to maintain, npihing new is needful.