Excerpt from The Crisis; And Its Alternatives Offered to the Free Choice of Englishmen: Being an Abridgment of "Earnest and Serious Reflections on the Urgency of the Present Crisis, &C."
Religion, must be revived amongfl us, in all their energies 5 and every principle tending to oppofe, weaken, or extinguiih thele, muft be refolutely cut away. We mul't first determine this in our private bofoms, as we are individual members of the fiate; and the N, as we are callefiiwly A people, we mull lend our united efforts to confirm it by the irrefiftible authority of public opini'on. An eﬂimable writer has lately expofed the unfound part of allour fyf'cem, the feat of all our diforder; and has exhibited it in the plaineft garb of truth, to the eyes of a people who do not appear unwilling to perceive it ft. At the fame time he has pointed out a fafe and certain remedy, viz. A ref 0r M.
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