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ON THE STYLE OF SCRIPTURE, TRANSUBSTANTIATION, AURICULAR
CONFESSION, AND EXTREME UNCTION.
THE REV. ANDREW MEAGHER, FORMERLY A PRIEST OF THE ROMISH CHURCH, WRITTEN AFTER HE HAD RENOUNCED THE ERRORS OF POPERY, AND
PUBLICLY EMBRACED THE PROTESTANT RELIGION.
The hope of serving, in some humble degree, the cause of truth and piety, has induced an obscure individual to snatch from oblivion a work which, in the estimation of every friend to truth and religious liberty, deserves handing down to remote posterity: the author having fully exposed tire errors of a church, whose arrogated titles may delude the unwary, but whose bitter intolerance betrays her unchristian temper ; and whose substitution of the ceremonies of men for the ordinances of Christ, subjects her to the deserved censure of the wise, and draws down upon her the awful frown of the GREAT ETERNAL.
Protestants, delivered from the iron bondage of Popery, and taking the Bible only for their guide, both in faith and practice, will be established therein, by seeing the ceremonies of a corrupt church clearly identified-not with the pure and