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PRESERVATIVE

AGAINST

QU A KERIS M.

Lately Published in 2 Vol. 8vo. The Second

Edition of

T

HE SACRED CLASSICS Defended and Illustrated :

or, An Effay humbly offer'd towards proving the Purity, Propriety, and true Eloquence of the Writers of the New Teitament. VOL. I. In two Parts. In the First of which those Divine Writers are vindicated against the Charge of barbarous Language, false Greek, and Solecisms. In the Second is Thewn, That all the Exo. cellencies of Style, and sublime Beauties of Language and genuine Eloquence do abound in the Sacred Writers of the New Testament. With an Account of their Style and Character, and a Representation of their Superiority, in several Instances, to the best Classics of Greece and Rome.

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VOL. II.

Containing, I. A farther Demonstration of the Propriety, Purity, and found Eloquence of the Language of the New Teitament Writers. II. An Account of the wrong Division of Chapters and Verses, and faulty Tranflations of the Divine Book, which weaken its Reasonings, and spoil its Eloquence and Native Beauties. III. A Discourse on the Various Readings of the New Testament. With a Preface, Wherein is shewn the Neceflity and Usefulness of a New Version of the Sacred Books. By the late Reverend and Learned A. Blackwall, A. M. Author of the First Volume. To which is annex'd, Proper Indexes.

Printed for CHARLES RIVINGTON, at the Bible

and Crown in St. Paul's Church yard. Price 12 s.

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PRESERVATIVE

AGAINST

QUAKE RIS M,

OR,

A Complication of Deism, ENTHUSIASM,

and divers other Ancient and Modern
dangerous Errors and Heresies.

By way of Conference between
A MINISTER and his PARIS HIONER.

WHEREIN
The Principles of the QUAKERS, or Dests,

ENTHUSIASTS, and several other Ancient
and Modern Hereticks and Schismaticks, are
fairly consider'd ; and plainly and fully
confuted ; and the true Principles of the
Christian Religion, in Opposition thereto,
Aflerted and Vindicated.

All being accommodated to the Understanding of

the meanest Capacity. By PATRICK SMITH, M. A.

Vicar of Great Paxton, Huntingtonshire. Jude iii. That ye should earnestly contend for the Faith

which was once delivered into the Saints. 2 Tim. ii. 25. In Meekness instructing those that oppose

themselves, if God peradventure will give them Repentance, to the acknowledgment of the Truth.

LONDON:
Printed for C. RivinGTON, at the Bible and Crozon in

St. Paul's Church-Yard. MDCCXXXII.

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some part of these Papers, which you was pleased to per

use in Manuscript ; and your Commands you thought good to lay on me, to proceed in

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