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SUMMARY OF EACH DISCOURSE, NOTES, &c.
BY THE REV. T. S. HUGHES, B. D.
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY A. J. VALPY, M.A.
AND SOLD BY ALL BOOKSELLERS.
The Condition and Example of our blessed Saviour vindicated :
in answer to the Bishop of Bangor's Charge of Calumny
against the Dean of Chichester.
The Lord Bishop of Bangor's Defence of his assertion, namely,
• that the example of our Lord is much more peculiarly fit
to be urged to slaves than to subjects, considered. .
An. Answer to the Lord Bishop of Bangor's book, intitled, the
common rights of subjects defended,' &c.—The true mean-
ing and intention of the Corporation and Test Acts as-
The Proceedings of the Vice-chancellor and University of Cam-
bridge against Dr. Bentley, stated and vindicated : in a
letter to a noble Peer.
The Trial of the Witnesses of the resurrection of Jesus.
The Sequel of the Trial of the Witnesses of the resurrection :
being an answer to the exceptions of a late pamphlet, in-
titled, "The Resurrection of Jesus considered by a moral
philosopher.'--Revised by the Author of the Trial of the
The case of Abraham and Melchizedek, the history of Esau and
Jacob, and the story of Balaam, considered and explained ;
and the mistakes of Mr. Chubb and others corrected: with
a Postscript, relating to the expulsion of the Canaanites