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he who laughs' in the wrong place, exposes no character, except his own. But, as the learned and ingenious Dr. Ogilvie has well observed, “ He who can “ fairly turn the laugh when it “ has been raised against him, “ will be pardoned readily, pro“s vided he has laughed in good “ humour." *

• Inquiry into the causes of the infidelity and scepticism of the times. P. 445.

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CONTENT S.

Letter to Dr. SMITH.
Letter-Introductory Page 1
I. Remarks on the Apology for

Mr. Hume's Life and Wri.
tings

. 5 II. Continued

18
III. Continued
IV. A Dialogue on Philosophical
Scepticism

47 V. Examination of the Esay on Suicide

72 VI. Continued : 108 VII. Continued. 126 VIII. Answer to a pamphlet, entitled,

Doubts of the Infidels.
& C.

139 IX. Mira.

XVII. Prophecy, and New Testament

-Name of Christ-Na-
ture of his kingdomThir-
ty pieces of silver--Division
of Christ's garments by lot
-Differences of divines-
Revelation of St. Joon-
Genealogy of ChrisPas-
cal-Voice from heaven at
Christ's baptism-Slaugh-
ter of the infants by He-
rod-Pious frauds - End
of the worldFig treem
Grain of wheat-Elias-
Spurious Gospels-Liberty
---Passion and resurrection
-Faith and reason-Con-
clufion

266

A LET.

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* Ibant obscuri, folâ fub nocte, per umbram, Perque domos Ditis vacuas, et inania regna.

VIRG.

THE FIFTH EDITION,

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