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State of Nero-York, ss :
of the Independence of the United States of America, VAN WINKLE & WILEY, of the said district, have deposited in this office the title of a book, the right whereof they claim as proprietors, in the words following, to wit:
" The Triangle. Part I. In Five Series of Numbers. By The Investigator."
IN CONFORMITY to the act of Congress of the United States, entitled, “ An act for the " encouragement of learoing, by securing the copies of maps, charts, aod books, to the " authors and proprietors of such copies, during the times therein mentioned;" and also to an act, entitled, " Ap act, supplementary to an act, entitled, an act for the encourage* ment of learning, by securing the copies of maps, cbarts, and books, to the authors and “ proprietors of such copies, during the times therein mentioned, and extending the “ benefits thereof to the arts of designing, engraving, and etching, historical and other “prints."
THERON UDD, Clerk of the Southern District of New-York.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
3 No. I. The doctrine of Original Sin, as forming the first
point of the Triangle, No. II. The doctrine of Inability, as forming the second point of the Triangle,
10 No. III. The doctrine of Atonement, as forming the third point of the Triangle,
12 No. IV. Some consequences that may be expected to flow
from the inculcation of this scheme of doctrine, 14 No. v. Remarks on several of the arguments, or rather
means made use of to maintain and propagate
21 No. VI. The doctrine of Original Sin, as viewed by the Investigator,
24 No. VII. The doctrine of Natural and Moral Inability, as viewed by the Investigator,
29 No. VIII. The doctrine of the Atone s viewed by the Investigator,
34 No. IX. Remarks
uthor of Sin," to be damned in she essence of Sin
Address to the inhabitants of the city of New York,
nity, or “Hopkinsianism;" or a general view
most distinguished divines in New England, - 5 No. II. The question, “Ought a Christian to be willing
to be damned ?" examined in reference to the
22 No. III. " A Contrast” of Antinomian and Hopkinsian
Calvinism-illustrated by an allegorical dream, 31 No. IV. An appeal to Christians, grounded upon fact, re
specting the tendency of what is usually called
43 No. v. Metaphysics ;-nature and object, as a science
connexion with, and dependence upon, the
64 No. VI. Remarks on the Pastoral letter of the Synod of
Philadelphia, dated Lancaster, September 20th,
Dedication, to the learned, and long-lived, John Doe and
Richard Roe, Esquires.
Page. No. I. . On the many advantages of the city of New York,
commercial, political, civil, religious, and local,
9 No, JI. The importance of encouraging a spirit of Free
inquiry, in order to the acquisition of religious
cates of the Triangular scheme,
Romeyn's Sermons, tending to prove the as-
49 No. IV. A Letter, addressed to two distinguished members
of the Jersey Presbytery--the Rev. Dr.
68 No. y. A few remarks on the proceedings of the Young
Men's Missionary Society of New York, in re-
Preface to the Fourth Series of Numbers,
God in permitting divisions in the Church of
claims, of TOLERATION and TRUTH,
tober 3d, 1529, by the first class of Reformers,
Page. No. III. Extract from a work, (printed 1514, and dedi
cated to Sir Edward Coke,) entitled “a full
30 No. IV. Preface.- A Good Presbyterian,
51 No. V. Depravity of the understanding considered, 68 No. VI. A glance at “ Dr. M.Leod's Sermons on the nature of true godliness,"
concluded from the Fourth Series,
bert Tennant, to his brother, William Tenant,
during his ministry in Philadelphia,
stract of the sentiments of the Investigator, re-