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DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS-TO WIT :
District Clerk's Office.
, A. D. 1827, in the fifty-first year of the independence of the United States of America, ČAARLES Hudson of the said District, has deposited in this office the title of a book, the right whereof he claims as Author, in the words following, to wit:
A Series of Letters, addressed to Rev. Hosea Ballou, of Boston ; being a vindication of the doctrine of a future retribution, against the principal arguments used by him, Mr. Balfour and others. By Charles Hudson, Pastor of a Church in Westminster, (Mass.)
“I believed, therefore have I spoken.”—Psalmist.
JOHN W. DAVIS,
Examination of Mr. B.'s arguments.
No misery after death, because there is no sin there,
considered-Criminality does not cease with the act-Mr.
B.'s statement is begged, disproves future happiness, and
is uppbilosophical The promise to Abraham, considered
-The case of Adam, Cain, the old world, Sodom, Korah,
Pharaoh and Judas, considered-The law of Moses, and
the case of the Israelites, examined-Several passages of
scripture, Prov. xi. 31, Eccl. xii. 7, Eccl. iv. 2, Rom. vi. 7,
28, 29, Matt. x. 28, Luke xvi. 19-31, 1 Pet. iii.
Immortality cannot suffer, considered--Remarks upon