... it fa probable that a#39; Ecclesiastical Politya#39; fa entitled to the foremost place, if considered merely in reference to its lite- ry character. ... Although resting his conclusions upon abstract principles, he does not, like the author of the . ... In the work of Mr. Bailey there may be mistaken opinions a for what human intelligence can guard against error ? the reader, ... little of that calm and philosophical intellect which can dissipate the mists of error, and reduce the shadowy god or daemon of theanbsp;...
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