Excerpt from A Plea for the Theological Seminary at Princeton, N. J
He now presents the whole performance to the public precisely as be pronounced it: without the alteration, or omission, or addition ofa single word, or syllable, or letter. And he does so, that it may not be even pre. Tended, that the discourse as printed, is a different thing from the one delivered He pledges his veracity for the correctness of this declaration. And what is more, he is able to prove it.
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