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See twenty-two the Flock of Sheep,
And Joseph Southcott's twenty-three, Then twenty-four examine deep,
What these Communications be!!
In twenty-five The Trial read;
To Garrel's book, an answer sce: Men in the next for Satan plead,
Charges in the Feeds Mercury.
From twenty-eight to thirty-three
We trace the word of God to raam The Bible there explaiu'd we see,
And bow God fix'd his ev'ry plan.
Thirty-four the Parables read,
In thirty-seven is. Foley known.
The Controversies next begin,
From thirty-eight to forty-two; Sharp's noble answer then is seen,
ATTEMPTED IN VERS E.
The Strange Effects of Faith are six,
Seven eight Continuations be; Nine, len, unto the Letters fix,
In which we find a mystery.
Eleven sbews the Grent Dispute
'Twixt Satan and Joanna here :
God men and devils doth refute
latwelve, & proves Redemption near.
Thirteen, see Brothers' blasphemy;
Fourteen, Visions and Prophecies, The Warning to the World there see,
Which wicked men account as lies.
Fifteen, A Word in Season read,
Sixteen more Visions are made known, A Word to the Wise doth succeed,
lo which God's leving kindness'
In book eighteen read the Church
A Warning sent from God to man.
And next Christ's Kingdom's brought
Of twenty-one we've but a part,
Which Prayers on the Pasl we call : May England, LORD, avoid the dart
That's threaten'd there on her to fall!
Remarks on Cockin, forty-five,
The Revolution, forty-six,
And forty seven to Brothers fix,
DIVINE AND SPIRITUAL
BY PHILIP PULLEN,
(Composed from her Writings)
on Shiloh," &c. &c.
i Let all the nations be gathered together, and let the people be " assembled : who among them can declare this, and shew ks, former “ things ? let them bring forth their witnesses that they may.be justified:
or let them hear, and say, It is truth.-Ye are my witnesses, saith the " Lord, and my servant whom I have chosen:: that.ye.may know and “ believe me, and understand that I am he: before ne there was no God « formed, neither shall there be after me.-I, even I, am the Lord; and 6 beside me there is no saviour."-Isarau, xliii. 9, 10, 11.
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St. didwell's, Exeter: S. HİRST, Leeds; W. WADMAN, Yurk;
anul T. TURPIN, Greenwich.
Entered at Stationers' Hall,
In order to make the following pages perfectly comprehensible, it may be necessary for ine to state, that all the references to the respective books are numbered as in the following catalogue.
In the Index reference, the figures shewing the number of the book and the page will follow the article; as for example: " The great A line he cannot read,” 8, 103—11, 4.
The first numbers represent the first book and pace, and the following numbers after the dash (-) the other vok thus—the 8, 103, signifies the 8th book, 103d page, and the 11, 4, the 11th book and 4th page, and so on where any numbers follow the first.
When several pages iu one book are referred to, as under the article Adam—« Christ compared to the second Adam," 6, 277–8, 74-11, 106-14, 65-16, 50-21; 20, 30–65; 5, 10, 20-shews that the quotation is taken from the 6th book, 277th page, and that it is repeated in the Sth book, 74th page-11th book, 106th page 14th book, 65th page 16th book, 50th page 21st book, goth and 30th pagesthe 65th book, 5th, 10th, and 20th pages, and in a similar manner the numbers will be given when the article is repeated in one and' more books and pages.
The scripture quotations have the number of the book from whence taken for the first number, the chapter for the second number, then the verse or verses, and the last number is the page of the book in which it is printed. When the same chapter and verse occurs in more than one hook, as for example, after the first chapter of Genesis given in the first line, the following line shews that it is likewise to be found in 43, 23—57,33_62, 10-that is, in the 43d book 23d page-57th book, 33d page, and 62d book, 10th page; for in all references of this kind the first number refers to the book, and the second to the page, and in like manner for any others, where a repetition in the subsequent line is