Refutation of Andrew Baxter’s “Enquiry into the Nature of the Human Soul”

To [Thomas Hopkinson?] According to my Promise I send you in Writing my Observations on your Book. You will be the better able to consider them; which I desire you to do at your Leisure, and to set me right where I am wrong. I stumble at the Threshold of the Building, and therefore have …

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Appreciation of George Whitefield

On Sunday the 20th Instant, the Rev. Mr. Whitefield preach’d twice, tho’ apparently much indispos’d, to large Congregations in the New-Building in this City, and the next Day set out for New-York. When we seriously consider how incessantly this faithful Servant (not yet 32 Years old) has, for about 10 Years past, laboured in his great Master’s …

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Atlantic Ship Crossings and the Motion of the Earth

To Cadwallader Colden Sir I receiv’d yours with others enclos’d for Mr. Bertram and Mr. Armit, to which I suppose the enclos’d are Answers. The Person who brought yours said he would call for Answers, but did not; or, if he did, I did not see him. I understand Parker has begun upon your Piece. …

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