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GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND,
ARE MOST RESPECTFULLY ADDRESSED
BY THEIR FAITHFUL SERVANT,
Sept. 1, 1826.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Containing a General Statement of the Grounds of Com-
plaint broughi forward in this Declaration, and a General
On the Power of forgiving Sins, and the Precept of Con-
On Allegiance to our Sovereign, and Obedience to the Pope 72-75
On the Claim of British Catholics to the Property of the
Church Establishment in England
For the sake of distinctness, the various parts of the “ Declaration,” in suiccession, occupy the pages on the right-hand side of the volume, and the corresponding “Remarks” the pages on the left.
Any observations, arising more immediately out of peculiarities in the “ Declaration” itself, are placed, in the form of notes, in the same pages with the passages to which they refer.
And in one instance, at page 11, where the observations upon a most important passage are necessarily extended to a considerable length, it has been deemed expedient 10 deviate from a general rule, (that of resolving a paragraph into parts, by placing one or more lines of it at the top of each of the pages occupied by the commentary which is connected with it),-in order that the whole of that passage may be seen, as far as may be, at one view, and the attention of the reader may be preserved unbroken.