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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1866-1867-435

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THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT 437 occurrit neque in precibus neque in optutis neque in votis Aliie autem libris rationem quamdam per omnem naturam rerum per- tinentem vi divina esse affectam putat Idem aitris hoc idem tribuit turn annis mensibus annorumque mutationibus Quum vero Hesiodi theogoniam interpretatur tollit omnino insitas prse- ceptasque cognitiones deorum Neque enim Jovem neque Juno- nem neque Vestam neque quemquam qui ita appellator in deorem habet numero sed rebus inanimis atque mutis per quamdam significationem haec docet tributa nomina II -CranSlatt into Latin For this reason am of opinion that so useful and elevated contemplation as that of the soul's immortality cannot be resumed too often There is not more improving exercise to the human mind than to be frequently reviewing its own great privileges and endowments nor more effectual means to awaken in us an ambition raised above low objects and little pursuits than to value ourselves as heirs of eternity It is very great satisfaction to consider the best and wisest of mankind in all nations and ages asserting as with one voice this their birthright and to find it ratified by an express revelation At the same time if we turn our thoughts inward upon ourselves we may meet with kind of secret sense concurring with the proofs of our own immortality III Liturgical anti Sjomtlttt'c Cljtologg Mention any Prayers and Thanksgivings upon several occasions the substance of which indicates the date of their introduction into the English Prayer-Book What verbal change was made in the Prayer for the High Court of Parliament in 1801 Give short account of the history and structure of Lita- nies Mention any peculiarities of the English Litany either in its present or any earlier form
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