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TURE, but especially to the NEW TES-
To which are added,
thereupon. Also a MAp of the Travels of the Children of Israel through the Red-Sea, and the Wilderness, into the Holy Land; wherein the Distance in Miles between each Encampment is set down. II. An Essay for composing a Harmony between the Psalms and the New Testament ; wherein the Supplicatory and Prophetick Parts of this Sacred Book are disposed under proper Heads. III. The Harmony of the Four Gospels, wherein the different Manner of relating the Facts by each Evangelist is exemplified. To which are annexed, References to other Parts of the Scriptures, with the History of the Acts of the Apostles.
Inscribed to The Founders, Benefactors, and Trustees of the
Charity Schools, in and about the Cities of London and Westminster, and Bills of Mortality.
By the Honourable
LONDON, D Sold by Messieurs Ward and WICKSTEED, in the Inner
Temple Lane, M. DCC.XXXV.
With REFERENCES to other parts of the SCRIP
TURE, especially to the NEW TESTAMENT, which are placed at length, in an opposite Column.
John v. 39. Jesus said, Search the Scriptures, for in them ye think ye
bave eternal Life, and they are they wbich teftify of me. 46. For bad ye believed Mofes, ye would have believed me: for be
wrote of me.
LONDON, Sold by Messieurs Ward and Wicksteen in the
Inner-Temple Lane. M.DCC.XXXV.