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19 Vol. I. page 115. At the end of the note add-That the reader may feel the full force of the observations contained in the above note, he is requested to peruse the extraordinary details, authenticated by Dr. Buchanan, in his recent pub. lication, entitled Christian Researches in Asia; particularly those relating to the worship of Juggernaut, and the present condition of Ceylon, which are to be found at p. 129—147, and p. 182–190 of that work. These details must be alarm. ing indeed to every serious mind.

Vol. I. page 162. To the note, what follows may be added [t may be satisfactory to the reader to know exactly, what are the Articles and Psalms that have been rejected by Mr. Wesley.--The Articles rejected are, the third, eighth, the greater part of the ninth, thirteenth, fifteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth, twentieth, twenty-first, twenty.third, twenty-sixth, much of the twenty-seventh, twenty-ninth, thirty-third, and three others of the less important ones at the end. Those

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marked in Italics are more particularly to be noticed. The Psalms rejected are, the 14th, 21st, 520, 530, 54th, 58th, 60th, 64th, 721, 74th, 78th-83d, 87th, 88th, 94th, 101st, 105th, 106th, 108th-110th, 120th, 1222, 129th, 132, 134th, 136th, 137th, 140th, 149th. The general character of the rejected Articles and Psalms will pretty clearly establish what has been alleged throughout Number XII. as to the na. ture of the opinions, which Mr. Wesley and his followers maintain, or at least of the doctrines which they reject.

The pamphlet published by Mr. Hare, in refutation of the charges against the Methodists contained in the former edition of this work, (a pamphlet which reflects credit upon its author for the ingenuity more than for the fairness with which he treats his subject) reached my hands too late for a revision of its arguments at the time when I was preparing the above Number for the press. The new matter, however, which had been intro. duced into that Number, joined to the list now given of the rejected Articles and Psalms, and assisted by the arowals of opinion made by Mr. Hare himself on the part of those whose cause he espouses, may possibly be considered as superseding the necessity of a more specific reply. It is but fair to add, that certain inaccuracies, (that one especially of ascribing to Mr. Wesley what belonged to a letter of Mrs. E. Hutton,) I have corrected, although at the expense of cancelling two leaves: and I return Mr. Hare my thanks for enabling me to make the due corrections ; although they certainly have not been suggested in that pure spirit of Christian meekness, which belongs to the character of Christian perfection, so ia. miliarly claimed by him for his brethren of the Wesley conó pexion,

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