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.W IT H REFERENCES under the Text in Words at length; so that the parallel Texts
be seen at one View.
To which are added,
The CHRONOLOGY of Bishop USHER, the Marginal READING S, and Notes chiefly
the difficult and mistaken Texts of Scripture ; from Bp. Lloyd, Dr. Scattergood, and other eminent Writers.
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Many more REFERENCES than in any Edition of
the ENGLISH Bible.
With a T ABLE of the Texts of Scripture which are
Explain'd, and an Alphabetical Index of Matters.
V O L. II. Containing the Epistles of the Apostles, and the Revelations
of St. John.
By FRANCIS FOX, M. A.
Late Vicar of St. Mary's in Reading.
The SECOND EDITION.
L M N D 0 N: Printed for THOMAS PAYNE, in Round-Court in the Strand,
against York-Buildings. 1748.
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Words at length, &c.
AUL à fervant of Jesus Christ, called to be an apostle,
• separated unto the gospel of God, 2. (Which he had promised afore by his Prophets in the holy fcriptures.) 3. Concerning his Son Jesus Christ our Lord, which was A 2
made 1. * † A&s 13. 2. + Gal.1: 15. phets according to the CommandSee A&ts 9. 15.
ment of the everlasting God, made See on Luk. 24. 27. Joh. known unto all Nations.-- : Gal.
3. 8. The Scripture forefeeing that Rom. 3. 21. The Righte. s God would 'justifie the Hea. oufness of God without the Law then through Faith, preached beis manifested, being witnessed by fore the Gospel unto Abraham, saythe Law and the Prophets. Rom. ing, In thee thald all Nations be 16. 26. But now is made manifest, blefled. and by the Scriptures of the Pro-10