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Examiner (Newspaper) - April 5, 1711, London, Middlesex The From Apil to fades tarn talia texta Una dies dedit exitio I Write this Paper for the Sake of the whom 1 take to be the mofi fprcading Branch of the that and the only one that feems to be zealous for any particular Syftem of it the Bulk of thofe Sve Call the Ltv being generally and undetermmd in that Point and the other Sub diviiions having not yet taken either the Qld or New Teftament into their Ey the Difivers there it will eafily be that I mean the as they include the of and which have been melted down into them fince the This in order to make it feif having gone fo far as to raife a murder their deftroy Mo narchy and the was afterwards broken in pieces by its own Divisions which made way for the Kings Return from the Zealous among them did till entertain Hopes of recovering the Dormnim of Grace whereof 1 have read a re markable in a Book Publifhd about the and written by one of their own As one of the Regicides was going to his a Friend afkd Wktbcr he thought tbeCzufe Revive f He The Caufe if in the Bofom cf and M Jure MChrift roje from the jo fare rviH the Caufe revive And therefore the Non confornaAs were ftriSly warchdand reftraind by Penal during the Reign of King Charles the Second the Court and Kingdom looking on them as a ready to join in any Defign againfl the Government in Church or State And furely this was reafonable while Ib many continued who had Vo and and preached againft andgave HO Proof that they had changd their The HpnconforjKiJis were then exactly upon the fame Foot with our Nonjttrors whom we double for bid their and keep under Hatches without thinking our felves poflefsd with a Perfedi ting becaufe we know they want nothing bat the Power to Ruia in my fhould altogether fijence the Dijjenurs Complaints of PgrfJecution under King Charles the Second or make them ihewus wherein they at that fr0m what our Jacobites are Their Inclinations to the Church were foon diicb when King James the Second to the with whom they unanimoufly joind is its to revenge themfelves for that Reftraint they nad moft juflly luffered in the foregoing Keigh not from thePerfecuriug Temper of die as Clamors would but the Prudence and Cauti on of the The lame Indulgence againft was made ufe of by them and the and they amicabiy employ d their asinDefence of one Common But the Revolution happening foon fervd to waih away tlie Memory of the Rebellion upon the Run againft no as juft and as that of after the Reftd ration And the Dread of being then our lateft and conlequently the moft frefli upon our all Mouths were open agaioft That the Difjenters were rewarded wkh an Indnlgtnce by Law the Rebellion and Kings Murder were now no long er a Reproach the former was only a Civil and whoever durft call it a was a and friend to This was the more unexpected becanfe the Revolution being wholly brought about by Church of England they hoped one good Confequence of wOuldbe the relieving us from the Incroachments of as well as thofe of fince both had equally Confederated towards our Ruin and thereforer when the Crown was new it was hoped at leaft that the reft of the Con ftitution would be But this Affair took a very different Turn the Diffenten had juft made a Ihift to lave a and join with the Prince of when they found all was defperate with their Fntettsr King And obferving a then forming againtt the old Principles in Church and under the Name of Whigs and lifted themfelves of where they have ever It is upon the Foot they now thatl would apply my felf to deiire they would confider the different Circumfiances at from what they were they began their Defigns againft the Church about feventy Years At that Juncture they made up the Body of the and whofoever joind with them from iPrinciples of ox Love of were all forcd to fhelter imder their Denomination united heartily in the Pretences of a further and purer Reformation in and pf advancing thegreat Wrk as the dint was then bst God WAS about do in theje receivd rheSyftems of Doflrine andDilciplbie prefcribd by the and readily took the Covenant fo that there appeard itp Divifion among till after the common Enemy was But now their Cafe is quite and I can Tiardly think it worth being of a upon the Terms they have been receivd of late Years for fuppofe the whole FabQon ihould at length fucceed in their pf deftroying the Church ate they fo Weak to that the new Modelling of Religi would be put into their Hands Would their Brfc the LoKCburchmm and fiAmit to their their Synods or theur antl divide the Lands or Deans and among Them How can they help obfefvihg rhattheir fiifteadof pretending rooreSanftity than are fome of them for levelling all aridthereft for abolifhing it Is it not fhjit theyhave been treated by their exaffly after the feme as they were by King rfie made Ltftruments to ruin the riot toi their but under a pretended Project of lini verfal Freedom to the dark De in 1 would be impoffible to contrive a Frame of that would pleafe them if they lad it now in their Power to to the Prcsbyterim Iiiftitutaoii never they in imitation of their propole to have Kmgbut our Saviour the Clan otFrJe ibiaKers would immediately and refufe Neithea vould their IsuCxtrcb Brethren ufe them aswell knowing what Enemies thej are to that Doctrine of unlimited where ever they are fufferd to So that uponthe 1 do their prefent Ctrcuraftanrrt ftuid
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