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England: thus, I say, in his concluding chapter, does this remarkable divine exhibit to us, embodied in his own person, that amiable spirit of persuasive conciliation by which the Church of Rome has in all ages been so peculiarly characterised.

THE END.

GILBERT & RIVINGTON, PRINTERS, St. John's Square, London.

ERRATA.

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Page 46 line 11, for possess read profess.

7, for Hippolitus, read Hippolytus. 111 4, for funeral, read funereal. 156 2, note, for traditionory, read traditionary. 180 18, note, for souillares, read souillures. 188 14, for stuble, read stubble. 200

14, note, insert a comma between relic-worship and so. 203 27, note, erase the mark of interrogation after protomartyr. 217 14, for intercessary, read intercessory. 225

1, note, insert the corresponding mark of reference !. 243 15, for tree, read three. 295 29, note, for pejores, read pejor es. 302

1, note, for regulus, read regulas. 308 10, for Balsemon, read Balsamon. 346 ll, note for comMENT, read COMMENTO. 354 12, note, for bibitur, read bibituri. 365 19, note, erase the comma after ovoiac. 406 19, note, for apostacy, read apostasy. 473 7, note, for the semicolon, insert a comma. 486 2, note, for the period, insert a note of interrogation. 513 12, for the colon, insert a comma. 532 5, for the colon, insert a period.

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