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Interpretation of it from the Scripture itself.
DELIVERED IN THE PARISH CHURCH OF N A Y L A N D IN SUFFOLK,
IN THE YEAR 1786 ;
FOUR LECTURES ON THE RELATION BETWEEN THE
OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS,
AS IT IS SET FORTH IN THE EPISTLE TO THE HEBREWS.
ALSO, A SINGLE LECTURE ON THE NATURAL EVIDENCES OF CHRISTIANITY; DelivERED AS A SERMON ON MR. FAIRCHILD'S FOUNDA TION, AT THE CHURCH OF ST. LEONARD, SHOREDITCH,
On the Tuesday in Whitsun Week, 1787.
By WILLIAM JONES, M. A. F.R.S.
Author of the Catholic Doctrine of the Trinity, &c.
Printed for G, G. J. and J. Robinson, Pater-noster Row.
M DCC LXXXIX,
HEN the maker of the world be- LECT
comes an author, his word must be as perfect as his work: the glory of his wisdom must be declared by the one as evidently as the glory of his power is by the other: and if nature repays the philosopher for his experiments, the scripture can never disappoint those who are properly exercised in the study of it.
The world which God hath made is open to every eye; but to look