3 CONSIDERATIONS
UPON TWO
BILLS, &c.

I HAVE often, for above a Month past, desired some few Clergymen, who are pleased to visit me, that they would procure an Extract of two Bills brought into the Council by some of the Bishops, and one of them since pass'd in the House of Lords: But I could never obtain what I desired, whether by the Forgetfulness, or Negligence of those whom I employed, or the Difficulty of the Thing it self. Therefore, if I shall happen to mistake in any Fact of Consequence, I desire my Remarks upon it, may pass for nothing; for my Information is no better than what I received in Words from several Divines, who seem'd to agree with each other.

I have not the Honour to be acquainted with any one single Prelate of the Kingdom, and am a Stranger to their Characters, further than A2