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VIEW OF RELIGIONS,
IN THREE PARTS:
BY HANNAH ADAMS. .
a New Edition, with Corrections and Additions
TO WHICH IS PREFIXED,
AN ESSAY ON TRUTH,
BY ANDREW FULLER.
ZRINTED FOR W. BUTTON & son, PATERNOSTER-ROW ;
AND T. WILLIAMS & Co., STATIONERS' COURT.
BY THE EDITORS
OF THE PRESENT EDITION.
The following work, written by the ingenious author of A Summary History of New England from its first settlement at Plymouth to the acceptance of the Federal constitution, has gone through several editions in America. The present one is printed from the third, which came out in October 1801, with large additions, and was dedicated to JOHN ADAMS, late president of the United States.
The design of such a work is not to convey an idea of all religious principles, being equally true, or safe to those who imbibe them; but to exhibit the multiplied speculations of the human mind in as just and im•