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Identifier: christianityasoltind
Title: Christianity as old whilst the creation, or, The gospel, a republication associated with religion of nature
Year: 1731 (1730s)
Writers: Tindal, Matthew
Subjects: Deism Rationalism Natural theology.
Publisher: London : [s.n.]
Contributing Library: University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries with support from LYRASIS plus the Sloan Foundation

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associated with greareit moment, on voluminouswritings, that have been fo often tranferibd by Men,who never ftw the original; (as not one, also of the imofl early Writers pretend they performed 🙂 And guys also,who even in the e-arlicit times, if vve may assess bythe range forgd parages, & even forgd publications,would fcrtiple at no pious frauds. And.tho there havebeen countless copies of brand new Teflamenc loft,which, no doubt, had their different Readings, however asit (lands at prefent, we are told, there consumed r.o lefs1 than 3COC0 numerous readings. if. T-ho there ate fo many -various readings, yetdoes not too great Critic!?, physician Bevtley, in hisPropofalfor publishing by fubfeription, a new editionef theNeivTeftamenf, affiire society, *,,That out„of a hbyrinth of 30000 various readings which- .;.-.: -. . •■- crotid * Priptfals fir Printing by SubfcrifUin 4 revs Edit,pf the Xe-vu Tcjlatfient, ■-*>•-> ■. ■ -. • ■ . SC – HksS V^h sasfess* *–• ■■V .> ■ – s» ■ ;.. ^CS

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*^ vm; ■-V7 $uf>y>^> ^-;;..–.-,–■ •• ••- – – ■ .>-* Within PRODUCTION. Chap. XIII. iof ,, ctocd the pages of oar prefent heft editions, all. put„ upon an coo?) credit to your offence of several good„ perfons, thst his due, as he calls it. fo leads & ex-„ tricztes uj, there are going to be fcarce joo oct of fo;, many~rhoufands, that can defcrve the leaft confi-„ deration. –. ji. Features this Critick loft his due, and fo fored todrop the nobie deiign of ascertaining rhe Text of theNew Teiiamect, and let the aocoo different Rtaiiingsremain en en totusl f«et to :ht fijencefftneny geod per-jinsr vho will today just as much cefpair of feeing it done,as they do of Mr. Whificnt * reftoring the tri:e text• associated with the Old Tefb.rr.ent; „ which, he fiys, happens to be,, greatly corrupted in both the hthrtiu & Settutgir.;„ because of the 5<*. to really make the reafoninssof the Aporiles„ from the Old TetHment irrconchifive & ridiculous.Dr. Eenrlr-, definitely, ought ;o go on with his

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Image from web page 487 of “a brief history of The united states, : from its breakthrough by Columbus towards summary regarding the belated war. : With an appendix, containing a merchant account regarding the rise and development of this present unsatisfied contest between Great Britain along with her colonies.”
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Title: The reputation for America, : from the discovery by Columbus into the conclusion of late war. : With an appendix, containing a free account for the rise and development of the current unhappy competition between the uk and her colonies.
Year: 1778 (1770s)
Authors: Russell, William, 1741-1793. cn
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Publisher: London : Printed for Fielding and Walker
Adding Library: University of Pittsburgh Library System
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ots gave to your furrounding diftricl: in 1698. They difembarked there twelvehundred men furnifh with anything necefiary for eflablifhing a fettlement, andbuilt a fort that they provided the name of New Edinburgh. Their defign ended up being.to gain the self-confidence of natives, who the Spaniards cannot fubdue, and.with who they certainly were then at war ; to fupport all of them againft a people theydetefted •, to plant a colony on the territory ; to break from the communicationbetween Carthagena and Porto Bello -, to intercept the galleons ; and to unitetheir forces with.thofe ot Jamaica, in order to obtain a decifive fuperiority in.this part of the “” new world “”. That plan, which had nothing chimerical inside it, difpleafed Lewis XIV. who.offered to the court of Madrid a fleet to fruftrate the effort. It difpleafed the CHAP. Ill- 22. Ullo, Retablifl*. de Manufac. 1. ii..5P Dutch.,, Q^n dJ-JUTi/k Provinces /TIEI^FIERMAJDARIE^, CARTHAOEMJ-MEW GH3BKAPA./yMm^^_/<W-/^/, Longitude WeA from London

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^77 JfcM/SW «, fli- AcrcMrrtr.ierefOMs-mil. ty flM.* * Wteaarw^fc-JH. THE ANNALS OF THE UNITED STATES. 441 the values were no fooner fettled compared to the traffic commenced. This is nei- CHAP. Hi-ther tedious nor tough: it was carried out thereupon fimplicity and self-confidence, ~^~*■-*•which accompanies exttnfive commerce. No bale of goods ended up being ever before opened*no chcft of treafure had been analyzed : both were received regarding the credit of per-fons to whom they belonged •, and thole exchanges had been created using fo muchhonefty, that this liberal self-confidence was never ever deceived. Chefts of gold werefound more than once combined among chefts of filver, and in the bales, articles notentered from the charge ; but all.was exactly taken into account, on the return of thegalleons. There happened}, however, one inftance of fraud, which,might haveoccafioned an even more fufpicious mode of working. Around 1654, al) the coinedfilver that was brought from Porto Bello to European countries, had been discovered having one fifthof alloy. The Spanifh mer

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