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Neatly Printed in Two VOLUMES 12ves.
Written by the fame Author,



illuftrated: Or, An Essay humbly offer'd to-
wards proving the Purity, Propriety, and true Elo-
quence of the Writers of the New Teftament. In
Two Parts. In the firft of which these Divine
Writers are vindicated against the Charge of barba-
rous Language, falfe Greek, and Soleciims. In the
fecond is fhewn, that all the Excellencies of Style,
and fublime Beauties of Language and genuine Elo-
quence do abound in the Sacred Writers of the New
Teftament. With an Account of their Style and
Character, and a Representation of their Superiority,
in feveral Inftances, to the best Claffics of Greece and
Rome. To which are fubjoin'd proper Indexes.


Containing, I. A farther Demonftration of the Pro-
priety, Purity, and found Eloquence of the Lan-
guage of the New Teftament Writers. II. An Account
of the wrong Divifion of Chapters and Verfes, and
faulty Tranflations of the Divine Book, which weaken
its Reafonings, and fpoil its Eloquence and native
Beauties. III. A Difcourfe on the Various Readings
of the New Teftament. With a Preface, wherein is
fhewn the Neceffity and Ufefulness of a new Ver-
fion of the Sacred Books. To which is anncx'd a

very copious Index.
Printed for C. RIVINGTON, in S. Paul's Church-yard.

Where may be had

A New Latin Grammar: Being a fhort, clear,
and eafy Introduction of young Scholars to the
Knowledge of the Latin Tongue: containing an
exact Account of the Two First Parts of Grammar;
with an Index.

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HE following Effays are only defign'd for the Ufe and Inftruction of younger Scholars; and Gentlemen, who have for fome Tears neglected the Advantages of their Education, and have a mind to resume those pleasant and ufeful Studies, in which they formerly made a handsome Progrefs at the Schools or Univerfi A 3 ties,


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