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remarks on the book by at the Radford "I knew the Rw.hrrethohad real the kienen
he was consider de ving recenten in his but talorags took time to be a northy tinchinas to be charitable to his neighbo. but he had got such gioony notions into his heads, & constantly prophecy in voch terrible notions, in rather, denunciations from God
new took place in he constantly expected them that it made people afraid of him. He was very fondof holding argument, to constantly told hen, it was justo ac dieubomo pos biu, other
w, even to pretend to expound, seplain the Revelations of St John the Divine (as he is turned by the Church of England.) but I failed to convince him Jive wit great difficolf Versende sense a copy of chr. Adrody publication, it even then, I obly'd to Rew & Rich." Nagles of Sreat Husklow (hresthared, fuccefsor, as tinitarian minister it
made me a present of this book, I would not however but be forcibly struck with the idea of rethored.
having printed clove her and cofries of this work, thower (toing
Anowledge bold a single one, it he chrays appeared very shy where I mentioned the subject to him, in ang shape why or wherefore, this deponent know ith note
THE LITTLE BOOK ;
WOE, WOE, WOE TO THE INHABI
TANTS OF THE EARTH BY REASON OF THE OTHER VOICES OF THE TRUMPET OF THE THREE ANGELS WHICH ARE YET TO SOUND.
Rev. 8th Chap. 13th Verse. The Verse immediately preceding the ten Chapters, and the first woe.
THE elucidation of the six chapters with the short address were sent in manuscript to Mr. ADDINGTON, on the 24th March, 1803, I took it to the post office at Tideswell, saw it put into the bag, the bag sealed and sent away, it therefore must have reached its destination : a letter inclosed expressed my views respection its publication, and as a number of the passages have now taken place as they are there explained, I should think myself inexcusable in withhold ing it.
Since the elucidation was forwarded to Mr. Addington, serious reflections induced me to apprehend that the ninth, tenth, eleventh, and