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Page 60 - And Samuel grew, and the LORD was with him, and did let none of his words fall to the ground. And all Israel from Dan even to Beer-sheba knew that Samuel was established to be a prophet of the LORD.
Page 269 - The idea of solidity we receive by our touch; and it arises from the resistance which we find in body to the entrance of any other body into the place it possesses, till it has left it.
Page 304 - ... or ultimately become equal ; provided the varying quantity can be made in its approach to the other to differ from it by less than by any quantity how minute soever, that can be assigned
Page 427 - Edward II. Taken from records. Together with a correct copy of the ancient dialogue concerning the Exchequer, generally ascribed to Gervasius Tilburiensis ; and a Dissertation concerning the most ancient great roll of the exchequer, Commonly styled the roll of Quinto Regis Stephani," folio; reprinted in 1769, in 4to.
Page 428 - ... a promptuary towards a history of the ancient law of England. He afterwards acquaints his lordship in what method he began and proceeded in compiling this work. First, he made as full a collection from records as he could, of materials relating to the subject. Those materials being regularly arranged in...
Page 416 - THINGS divine and supernatural conceived by analogy with things natural and human. By the author of The procedure, extent and limits of human understanding. [Peter BROWNE, DD, Bishop of Corke and Rosse.] London: MDCCXXXIII. Octavo.* THINGS old and new : being a sequel to "The chronicles of Waltham.
Page 427 - ... are subjoined column-wise in each page, except where their extraordinary length made it impracticable. The records which he here attests were, as he adds, taken by his own pen from the authentic parchments, unless where it appears by his references to be otherwise.
Page 66 - Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the Holy Ghost ; . for the promise is to you and to your children, and to all . that are afar off, even to as many as the Lord our God shall call...
Page 65 - THIS is that which was fpoken by the prophet Joel ; and it fhall come to pafs in the laft days, faith God, I will pour out of my Spirit on all flefh; and your fons and your daughters mall prophefy, and your young men mall fee vifions, and your old men fhall dream dreams.