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Caleb Fleming was a distinguished and active member of the liberal school of dissenting theologians in the middle of the last century, and not an unworthy asso
believe, the, if the requisite materials were now to be obtained, the life of Fleming would present a much greater variety of incident to impart the kind of interes eds and confessions.
Under the influence of this mode of instruction, young Fleming, though brought up a Calvinist, soon parted with the principles instilled by h or told him he was authorized to promise that he would be well provided for. Mr. Fleming, however, notwithstanding his necessitous circumstances, promptly refused, s the greatest respect,
Your most obliged obedient servant, Caleb Fleming.
We will hope that none of the parties concerned were troubled with any nd liberty, and of private judgment in opposition to all human authority.
Dr. Fleming was now arrived at an age when it might be expected that he would be desirou