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Ipects are of good Report) towards such as differ from them in some particular Points of Doctrine or Modes . joffiWorstup, is not only a great Hindrance to their Perfection, but also a - very unhappy Blemish, in the Beauty rof: Holiness, and owing chiefly to .their resting in the outward Courts of rthe Temple^ #nd not entering into .t^haCwriic}^ i$ within the Vail; for |he more ,spiritual any Person is, the mojt^ ^ifTustye of Benevolence and Cl>arity is the Heart of such a one towards all the Members otChriJFs mystical Body: And this is well exemplified in that easy Access to your Ladyship, which the truly Pious of tjyery Denomination are sure to find: .-^§uch free Intercourse of Christian '..Vy*,\\- A 3 Fellow
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SI R Anthony Thomas Abdy, Barf.
Rev. Mr. Affleck, Minister of Daventry.
Right Hon. the Countess of Burlington.
Lady Boughton, of Burwell Park, Lincolnfb.
Thomas Babington, Esq. of Rhodeley, Leicester]!?.
Rev. Mr. Baddelley, V. ofMarkfield, Leicesterfh.
Rev. Mr. Baker, Jr. of Staverton, Northampton/h.
Mr. Balaam, Northampton.
John Banks, M. A. Fell of New Coll. Oxon.
Mrs. Barham, Grofvenor-street.
Mr. Joseph Foster Barham, Margaret-street,
J . Mr.