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CHARLES BUTLER, ESQ.
ON HIS NOTICE OF THE
"PRACTICAL AND INTERNAL EVIDENCE
REV. J. BLANCO WHITE, M. A.
Of the University of Oxford.
MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET; RIVINGTONS,
ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD, AND WATERLOO PLACE, PALL MALL;
AND HATCHARDS, PICCADILLY.
§ 1. Uncertain sense of the appellation, Roman Catholic
I TAKE the liberty of addressing you, not with the design of carrying on a more direct and personal controversy than that which has taken place between us, but because, slight as is the notice which you have taken of the contents of my Practical and Internal Evidence against Catholicism, I feel that you have given me occasion for personal remonstrance. But this I must leave for another part of the present Letter.