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Page 27 - A Living Breathing Bible ; Tables where Both Covenants, at Large, engraven were ; Gospel and Law, in's Heart, had Each its Column ; His Head an Index to the Sacred Volume; His very Name a Title-Page; and next, His Life a Commentary on the Text. O, What a Monument of Glorious Worth, When, in a New Edition, he comes forth, Without
Page 11 - ut aiunt Marte; And decline perfectly the Paradigim's of Nounes and Verbes in the Greek tongue: Let him then and not before be capable of admisfion into the Colledge. " 2. Let every Student be plainly
Page 447 - P. 41. A Narrative of the Miseries of New-England, By Reason of an Arbitrary Government Erected there Under Sir Edmund Andros. London, Printed for Richard Janeway in Queen's-HeadCourt, in Pater-Noster-Row. And Reprinted at Boston in NewEngland by Richard Pierce. 1688. Anonymous. Relating to an interview with the Prince of Orange, 21 September [December] 1688. The same. 410. Being pp.
Page 39 - This morning we had news from Mr. Coventry, that Sir G. Downing, (like a perfidious rogue, though the action is good and of service to the King, yet he cannot with a good conscience do it) hath taken Okey, Corbet, and Barkestead . . . and sent them home in the Blackmore.
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Page 130 - they resolved upon doing what they had asked of him, replied, If you will go away, I say unto you, catch Fish, if you can! But as for you, that will tarry, and worship the Lord Jesus Christ this Day, I will pray unto Him for you, that you may take Fish till you are weary.
Page 444 - P. 25. Heavens Alarm to the World. | Or jA Sermon | Wherein is shewed, | That fearful Sights and Signs in Heaven | are the Presages of great Ca- | lamities at hand. |] Boston, Printed by John Foster. 1681. 410. Pp. (3) To the Reader. 12. Moneth,
Page 11 - 4 That they efhewing all profanation of Gods Name, Attributes, Word, Ordinances, and times of Worfhip, doe ftudie with good confcience, carefully to retaine God, and the love of his truth in their mindes elfe let them know, that (notwithftanding their Learning) God may give them up to ftrong