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THE NATURE AND EXTENT
ATONEMENT OF CHRIST.
RALPH WARDLAW, D.D.
JAMES MACLEHOSE, BUCHANAN STREET.
The circumstances which led to the delivery of the following discourses are adverted to in the introduction to the first of them. In the Scottish Guardian Newspaper, of the 5th August, 1842, — in editorial remarks on the opinion given by Dr. John Brown and myself on the question of the propriety, in the then existing state of parties, of the English Dissenting ministers opening their pulpits to the Non-Intrusion clergy of the Scottish Establishment, for the purpose, not of preaching the gospel, but of pleading their own special cause, there appeared the following sentence :-"The only two of any distinction, who have come forward to dissuade their dissenting brethren in England from admitting us into their pulpits, are Dr. Brown of Edinburgh, and Dr. Wardlaw of Glasgow,-men