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PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR,
By E. BROWN, Tottenham,
Bishopsgate Street, London,
L E T T E R,
Think myself under an obligation thus publicly to
address you, and your brethren in the ininistry, on account of an assertion which I heard you make in the pulpit of the New Chapel, City-Road, London, when you preached before the Conference, on Tuesday, August 10, 1796.
The assertion was this, « That some people put bell fire in the place of the blood of Christ.' This assertion you made twice in the course of your fermon, in words nearly similar. It is true, you did not say who those erroneous people were, whom you thus represented as dishonouring the adorable Saviour; and ascribing that to bell fire (namely, the purifying from sin) which only belongs to his atoneing facrifice. Nor did you deign to give any proof, that the people whom you criminated, were actually guilty of the A2