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TRACTS FOR THE TIMES.
MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD..
“ If he trumpet give au uncertain sound, who shall prepare himself to the
& J. H. PARKER, OXFORD.
It has been thought, that a Letter which appeared in a periodical in the early part of this year, in defence of certain portions of this work, might suitably be prefixed to the present Volume; both as explaining some statements and views contained in former Tracts, and as likely, some time hence, to form a curious record of the mistakes of the day on the main subject of which they treat. Since these are the only objects for republishing the Letter in question, the names both of the Magazine and the writer are here dropped: and one or two omissions are made of expressions in the Letter, which were, perhaps, more discourteous towards the Magazine than the occasion required.