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Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year one thousand
eight hundred and Afty, by
HARPER & BROTHERS,
in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Southern District
of New York.
The restless Spirit of the Age manifest in a longing after Change.
The Errors of the Latin Vulgate, and the greater Errors of the
The Roman Doctrine of Satisfaction tested by Scripture.—Their
Testimony of Augustin in plain Opposition to the modern Roman
System.—Some Passages indicate, nevertheless, the Decline of the an-
cient Strictness, and the Symptoms of an approaching Change.--Proof
from this Father that the Church had already innovated in many Re-
spects upon the primitive Simplicity..
Testimony of Socrates and of Sozomen, the ecclesiastical Historians,
with respect to the Abolition of the Office of penitentiary Priest in the
Church of Constantinople.--Chrysostom.-Prosper...
Leo the Great.-A Change made by his Authority in Favor of Se-
Forms of Confession in the old Ordo Romanus.—Confession of St.
The Councils. - Council of Carthage, A.D. 252. — No canonical
T'he Fruits of priestly Despotism shown by priestly Corruption and
Candid Statements of Fleury, the Roman ecclesiastical Historian,
The Arguments of Expediency advanced by the Romanists disproved.