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THAT LEARNED AND JUDICIOUS DIVINE
LA W S
ECCLESIASTICAL POLIT Y.
are corrupt and repugnant to the Laws of
THE fame Men which in heat of contention, BOOK VI.
1 do hardly either speak or give ear to reason, the core being after sharp and bitter conflicts retired to a tion becalm remembrance of all their former proceedings;
ince. tween us,
cung; whether all the causes that brought them into quarrel, the course Congrega. which their striving affections have followed, and the issue whereunto they are come, may peradven- ought to ture as troubled waters, in small time of their own Elder
i have Lay. accord, by certain easy degrees settle themselves vested with again"; and so recover that clearness of well advised Jurisdiction judgment whereby they shall stand at the length in spiritual indifferent both to yield and admit any reasonable satisfaction, where before they could not endure VOL. III.