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116
Popish, 79, 112, 126, 131, 180, Sacraments,

158, 443
187 Sacrifice and atonement, 456
Seville,
214 | Saints' carcasses,

349

Peter the Apostle, 68, 88, 93, 119, Saint worship, 336, 625, 628

687, 693, 706 | Salvation, 112, 125, 146, 383

Philip IV. of Spain in a mouse, 552 Satisfaction for sin,

654

723 Saviour denied by Papists, 382

Pig in purgatory,

556 Schools, popish 282, 576, 669, 674

Pitt's questions,

201, 207, 224 Scotland,

131, 162

Plenary remission of sin, 52 | Scott,

97, 105, 106, 232

Popery,

68, 124, 131, 380 Seisselius on the Waldenses, 129

Popes, 68, 74, 80, 87, 95, 137, 172, Senses detect miracles, 426

174, 240, 245, 261, 266, 273, Sharp's memorandum, 281

280, 570, 706, 713 Silvester, Pope,

718

Popish Widow,
105 Simeon,

368, 418

Phocas' treason,

THE PROTESTANT.

NOTICE OF THE

Et resurrexit tertia die-and rose on the third day,
Lucis Creator optime-best Creator of light,
Adeste Fideles, (or Portuguese Hymn)-be present ye faithful, Chorus.
Ergo qui natus, 3d var.—therefore who hath been born,
Gloria in excelsis DeoGlory to God among the lofty ones, Chorus Concertante.
THE PROTESTANT.

PART I.

CHAPTER I.
NOTICE OF THE AUTHOR:-SUBJECTS OF THE ORATORIO.
SAME IN THE GLASGOW CHRONICLE. LETTER OF A PROTESTANT ANI-
MADVERTING ON THIS ARTICLE:-REPLY BY AMICUS VERITATIS, DE-
FENDING THE TITLE “HOLY,” AS APPLIED TO PLACES. INDULGENCES. COMPLIMENT
TO CITIZENS OF GLASGOW.

The publication of the Protestant has excited so much interest, and has been so favourably received by the public

, that I have been induced to reprint my Letters which were published in the Glasgow Chronicle; and, that I may do my opponents all justice, I shall also reprint theirs

, in the order in which they originally appeared before the world. I shall begin, by giving the subjects which were performed at the oratorio, with a translation of them into English; and also the paragraph which occasioned this controversy. “Behold, how great a matter a little fire kindleth."

ORATORIO.
The Oratorio to consist of the following selection :
Grand Symphony, composed for the occasion, by Mr. De Monti, sen. (Organ by
Mr.C.J. A. De Monti, accompanied by the Military Band.)
Credo in unum Deum I believe in one God

Chorus.
Genitum non factum-begotten, not made,

Contr' Alto Solo.
Et incarnatus est—and hath become flesh,

Quartett.

Chorus. baptisma-I confess one baptism,

Basso Solo.

Chorus.
Cantet nunc Io. 21 var.-—let him sing now lo.

Contr. Alter Solo.

Tenore Solo.
PART SECOND.

PART FIRST.

Confiteor unum

Chorus da Capo.

Chorus da Capo.
Chorus da Capo.

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Laudamus te-We praise thee,

Domine Deus-O Lord God,

2 Soprani. Tenore Solo.

VOL. I.-2

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