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"I also sent for Bishop Watson"s Apology for the Bible, in Letters to T. Paine; Bishop Porteus"s Compendium of the Evidences of Christianity, Butler"s Divine Analogy, Paley"s Evidences of Christianity, Pilgrim"s Good Intent, Pascal"s Thoughts, Addison"s Evidences of Christianity, Conibeare on Revealed Religion, Madam de Genlis"s Religion the only Basis of Happiness and sound Philosophy, with Observations on pretended modern Philosophers, 2 vols. Jenkin"s Reasonableness and Certainty of Christianity, and several others of the same tendency. Those excellent defences of revealed religion I read through, during which I had many struggles . . . "

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