The Romanists attempted to answer the noble Confession, but would not make their confutation public.
Other examples in abundance, in confutation of his assumption, could no doubt be furnished.
The only confutation which the report received, was the conduct of Mr Rainscourt.
But there is yet another Reason, why I think it not to need a confutation.
To attempt, however, or undertake their confutation would not be consistent with our declarations.
The Scripture is exposed to the scorn and confutation of infidels.
I will show them therefore a shorter and a better way of confutation: Tit.
The confutation and the larger part of the Memoirs were finished in 1780.
This matter of divinity is handled either in form of instruction of truth, or in form of confutation of falsehood.
When was this confutation printed, and where is there a copy to be seen?