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Copyright, 1889, by CHARLES H. KERR & COMPANY

“Science was Faith once; Faith were Science now
Would she but lay her bow and arrow. by,
And arm her with the weapons of the time.”

“In vain would the skeptic make a distinction between science and common life, or between one science and another. The arguments employed in all, if just, are of a similar nature and contain the same force and evidence. Or, if there be any difference among them, the advantage lies entirely on the side of theology and natural religion.”—CLEANTHES, IN HUME's “ DIALOGUES,” Part I.

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