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WORKS of the LEARNED,
Year One Thousand Seven Hundred
IMPARTIAL ACCOUNTS and ACCURATE
ABSTRACTS of the most valuable
INTERSPERS’D WITH .
DISSERTATIONS on several curious and enter-
taining Subjects, Critical Reflections, and
Temple Gate in Fleet-Street, MDCCXXXIX.
ARTICLE I. A Discourse concerning the modern and the pre
fent Jews: Being an Appendix to the Apology for the ancient Jews, and their Religion, against the Calumnies of the Egyptian, the Greek, and Roman Writers.
By CHARLES LAMOTTE, D. D. Chaplain to the Prince
The Jews, the Samaritans, the Turks, the Infi
dels, are all, in the Gospel-sense, Neighbours
Mofi's Sermons. Vol. VII. P. 391.