So that if there is found but such faithfulness, such christian v'u-tues of nastiness, patience and forbearance, as may he justly espectr-d among chris fins, 1 would hope such settlements as these might continue whhout inter ruption. And I trust I have here represented these things so faithfully, m plainly and clearly, that no single person, in any part of his practice, will find his conscience imposed upon by any article or canon here mentioned nor will any society find itself obliged to do any thing in receiving, containing or excluding any persons from their church, but what lies natural and easy be. He the minds of persons, who do but exemise the common reason by which they conduct themselves in the affairs of human life. Nor is there any here asserted, which confines christians to so exact an in their principi. And practices, but by the exerm'se of their reason, with a small dqree of charity, they may make and allow such altera Lons, as will assist and promote the general peace and edification of the Chemises, under the care and patronage of Jesus the great Shepherd. And upon these foundations, if the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, and his Spirit, which is promised to assist the christian church, does but continue among his ordinances, from time to time, we may hope to find a comfortable necesion and increase of members added to the church, and built up in faith, love and holiness, till our Lord Jesus Christ himself shall return to this world, and finish the great and important work of judgment.