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From the interpretations most commonly received , many of the learned have
withholden their assent ; and doubts have been expressed , whether we are yet
in possession of the fortunate clues to be derived from human sagacity or Divine
These letters , having been received favourably by the learned , are now
reprinted with corrections and additions , * Introduction to the New Testament , by
John David Michaelis , & c . chapter the last . † Sir I. Newton on the Apocalypse ,
ch . i ...
In them it will be attempted to shew , by an appeal to history , that many of these
prophecies have received their completion ; and , consequently , that the book
which has recorded them is divine . Such are in part my motives for the present ...
... the new translation had served this purpose , and when the notes engrafted
upon it were completed in their first form , it was then compared with the common
English version , and thence received considerable accession and improvement .
... requires a revision of its text , and consequently a new translation corrective of
the old one , than this . For it appears , from the accounts of inquiring critịcs , that
the editors of the Greek text from which our received English version is taken ...
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The Apocalypse: Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated; With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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