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Hence , the diligence of * Macknight's General Preface to the Epistles . +
Michaelis's Introduction to the New Testament , c . xii . sect . 1 , and in other
passages , succeeding succeeding scholars , by the collation of the remaining
C. X. 7,9 , and Michaelis's Introd , to the New Test . ch . xiii . sect . 2 , 3 , & c . +
The Scriptures were divided into chapters in the xijith cen , tury ; into verses in the
xvith . See Michaelis's Introd . ta the New Test , ch . xiii . sect , 9 , 10 , 11 , and the
This first opinion would have deserved little notice , if it had not been maintained
by the celebrated Grotius , whose arguments , and the able refutation of them by
D. Blondel , may be scen , abstracted by Lardner ; Supplement , ch . ix . sect . 3 .
320 : which he has again asserted on good grounds ; Ch . xi . sect . 1. p . 14.
Archdeacon Paley has shewn by probable arguments , that the subscriptions to
six of St. Paul's Epistles contain false information , contrary to evidence fairly
And it will appear dubious , io those who examine the writings of this Father ,
whether the Acts of the Apostles , or any of the Scriptural Epistles , are either
indubitably quoted , or alluded to by him , a 0 À 1 • Ad Romanos , sect . v . except
that to ...
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The Apocalypse: Or Revelation of Saint John, Translated; With Notes ...
John Chappel Woodhouse
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