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6. Origen, 155; and by all the Ancients noticed by Eusebius, 169.

It would appear that this is also testified by Ignatius, 78; Polycarp, 82; and the Communities at Lyons and Vienne, 141.

VI. The first Epistle of St. Paul to

the Corinthians

IS considered as genuine by, ]. Clement of Rome, 51; 2. Polycarp, 80; 3. Tatian, 137; 4.1renæus, 111; 5.Athenagoras, 119; 6. Clement of Alexandria, 125; 7. Tertullian, 132; 8. Caius, 150; 9. Origen, 155; and by all the Ancients found in Eusebius, 169.

To the class of probable witnesses belongs Ignatius, 78.

VII. The Second Epistle of St. Paul

to the Corinthians

HAS the express testimony of Ire-' næus, 111; Clement of Alexandria, 125; Tertullian, 132; Caius, 150; Origen, 155; and of all the ecclesiastical fathers to whom Eusebius appeals, 169.

VIII. The Epistle of St. Paul to the

Galatians

IS declared to be authentic by Irenaeus, 1 11; Clement of Alexandria, 125; Tertullian, 132; Caius, 150; Origen, 155; and by all the Ancient) found in Eusebius, 169.

IX. The Epistle of St. Paul to the

Ephejians

HAS the testimony of Ignatius, 71; Polycarp, 81; Irenæus, 111; Clement of Alexandria, 125; Tertullian, 132; Caius, 150; Origen, 155; and of all the primitive writers found in Eufebius, 169.

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X. The Epistle of St. Paul to the

Philippians

HAS the evidence of Polycarp, 79; Irenæus, 111; Clement of Alexandria, 125; Tertullian, 132; Caius, 150; Origen, 155; and of all the Ancients noticed by Eufebius, 169.

And also, as appears probable, of the Communities at Lyons and Vienne, 141.

XI. The Epistle of St. Paul to the

Colofstans

IS attested by Irenæus, 111; Clement of Alexandria, 125; Tertullian, 132; Caius, 150; Origen, 155; and by all the ecclesiastical fathers consulted by Eufebius, 169

XII. The First Epistle of St. Paul to

the Thejsalonians

IS expressly pronounced by Irenæus, 111; Clement of Alexandria, 125;

Tertullian, Tertullian, 132; Caius, 150; Origen, 155; and by all the Ancients mentioned by Eusebius, 169; XV. Tht Second Epistle of St. Paul to

Probably also by Polycarp, 78:

XIII. The Secoiid Epistle of St. Paul

to the Thejfhlonians,

by Irenæus, 111; Clement of Alexandria, 125; Tertullian, 132; Caius, 150; Origen, 155; and by all the Ancients found in Eusebius, 169;

Perhaps by Polycarp, 78:

XIV. The First Epistle of St. Paul

tp Timothy,

by Irenæus, 111; Theophilus of Antioch, 123; Clement of Alexandria, 125; Tertullian, 132; Caius, 150; Origen, 155; and by all the primitive writers noticed by Eusebius, 169;

And, with some degree of probability, by Polycarp, 82:

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Timothy,

by Irenæus, 111; Clement of Alexandria, 125; Tertullian, 133; Caius, 150; Origen, 155; and by all the Fathers found in Eusebius, 169:

XVI. The Epistle of St. Paul to Titus,

by Irenæua, 111; Clement of Alexandria, 125; Tertullian, 132; Caius, 150; Origen, 155; and by all the Ancients mentioned by Eusebius, 169—to be genuine works of this Apostle.

XVII. The Epistle of St. Paul to Philemon

IS but rarely mentioned by the ecclesiaftical fathers in their writings, on account of its brevity and peculiar contents. Nevertheless, Irenæus, 109; Caius, 150; Origen, 155; and all the

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