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Containing the LIVES of .
A HISTORY of ANTIQUITies, PRODUC-
TiOns of NATURE, and Monuments
fessed by the established Church, and Diffenters
REMARKS on the Writings of the greatest ENGLISH
Divines : And a REVIEW of the WORKS of the
With a Variety of DISQUISITIONS and OPINIONS relative
to Criticism and ManNERS ; and many extraordinary
In SEVERAL LETTERS.
OF GREAT BRITAIN.
LITERARY REFLEXION S, and Accounts of
ANTIQUITIES and Curious THINGS.
Ti gépeã tis, ñ vwoarteta wapi autó, ý zapažer xar' autã od sis yêu Bán.
λέλαι, δύο τύτοις αρκέμενΘ-, αυτόν δικαιοπραγείν το νυν πρασσόμενον sey Quaeñ rò vớr á movepuóperoy eaclm. Quid autem alius quispiam de ipso five dicat, five existimet, aut
adversus ipsum faciat, ne cogitat quidem. Utpote qui duobus hisce etiam contentus fit, quicquid impræsentiarum agit, juftum præstare, et quicquid impræsentiarum fibi obvenit, diligere.
What any one may say or think of him, or do against him, on
this he spends not a thought. He is contented and abundantly satisfied with these two things ; with acting juftly in what he is at present doing ; and with approving and loving what is at present appointed for him. .
M. Ant. L. X. S. 11.
L O N D ON: Printed for John Noon, at the White-Hart, near the
Poultry, Cheapside. M. DCC. LV.
: : Weftmorland.
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