56 THE
SENTIMENTS
OF A
Church-of-England Man,
With Respect to
RELIGION and GOVERNMENT:

Written in the Year 1708.

WHoever hath examined the Conduct and Proceedings of both Parties for some Years past, whether in or out of Power, cannot well conceive it possible to go far towards the Extreame of either, without offering some Violence to his Integrity or Understanding. A wise and a good Man may indeed be sometimes induced to comply with a Number, whose Opinion he generally approves, although it be perhaps against his own. But this Liberty should be made use of upon