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THE CHURCH

IN ITS

RELATIONS WITH TRUTH AND THE STATE:

A REPLY

TO THE WORK BY

W. E. GLADSTONE, ESQ.

STUDENT OF CHRISTCHURCH, AND M.P. FOR NEWARK,

ENTITLED

THE STATE IN ITS RELATIONS WITH THE CHURCH.

BY

JOSEPH RATHBORNE,

STUDENT IN THEOLOGY.

"With a ministry not of the sons of Levi, they have ordained a feast also like unto the
feast which is in Juda, and they have come to think their own feast, which they had devised
of their own hearts, to be as acceptable to God, and as rich in blessing to them, as that
ordained by Christ himself."-DR. PUSEY'S LETTER TO THE LORD BISHOP OF Oxford.

LONDON:

LONGMAN, ORME, BROWN, GREEN & LONGMANS,

PATERNOSTER ROW.

1841.

1018.

ALSO, BY THE SAME AUTHOR,

L

LETTERS OCCASIONED BY THE PROSECUTION OF THE Widow Woolfrey. Now Published a Second Time, with an Introduction and Appendix.

II.

GOOD FRIDAY AND EASTER SUNDAY. "The chastisement of our Peace upon him, and by his bruises we are healed." Isaiah.

III.

A LETTER TO THE PROTESTANTS AND DISSENTERS OF THE Isle of Wight.

IV.

REPLY TO THE REV. B. RODRIGUEZ ALMEDA, fully discussing his Reasons for his Apostacy from the One Holy Catholic and Apostolical Communion.

V.

A LETTER TO DR. ADDAMS, D.C.L., SHEWING PURGATORY inseparably connected with Prayers for the Dead. Dedicated to Dr. Pusey, and the Oxford Divines.

INSCRIBED TO

DANIEL O'CONNELL, Esq.

M.P. FOR THE CITY OF DUBLIN:

WHOSE LOVE FOR HIS COUNTRY

IS SURPASSED

BY HIS ZEAL FOR ITS DIVINE RELIGION;

AND

WHOSE UNRIVALLED TALENTS

YIELD THE PALM TO HIS PUBLIC SERVICES.

ARDENT, PERSEVERING, SUCCESSful,

AMIDST THE THANKFULNESS OF ALL FREEDOM'S FRIENDS;

IN AN ILLUSTRIOUS old age,

HE AWAITS THE REWARD

OF THE

FAITHFUL SERVANT.

COWES, MARCH 19th, 1841.

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