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Alexander, Joseph Addison, and Charles Hodge. “1. A Brief Examination of the Proofs, by which the Rev. Mr. Boardman attempts to sustain his charge that “a large and learned body of the clergy of the church (of England) have returned to some of the worst errors of Popery"; with a word or two as to his attempt, without proof, to cast the suspicion of Popery on the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America: 2. A farther Postscript to Bishop Doane’s Brief Examination of Rev. Mr. Boardman’s Proofs: Touching Bishop Kenrick’s Letter on Christian Union,pp 230.” The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 13, no. 3 (1841): 450-462. http://journals.ptsem.edu/id/BR1841133/dmd006
1. A Brief Examination of the Proofs, by which the Rev. Mr. Boardman attempts to sustain his charge that "a large and learned body of the clergy of the church (of England) have returned to some of the worst errors of Popery"; with a word or two as to his attempt, without proof, to cast the suspicion of Popery on the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America: 2. A farther Postscript to Bishop Doane's Brief Examination of Rev. Mr. Boardman's Proofs: Touching Bishop Kenrick's Letter on Christian Union,pp 230 (Page 451)
Joseph Addison Alexander and Charles Hodge
The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review, 1841

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