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07 The Typographical ERRORS in the Introduction and Little Book, being more nu: merous than I expected, I only enumerate a few, that the possessors of the Books may with their pens make the proper alterations, as they are material mistakes from the Press.



Page 1, 1 8 from the bottom, for refpection, READ respecting. PS 15, from the botton, for refit rrefift. Pols from the top, put a comma after the word little. 21717 from the top, the parenchefis before is must be placed before or. p 23 12 from the bottona, ra period of years. P 46 17 from the bottom, ' 12th chap Dan. sih, 6th and 7th verles. P 47 1 9 from the bottom, the parenthesis ougat to have been cefore the second should in the line. P. 501 19 from ibe top r 13th chap as io the 8th verse of 17th chap. P 5318 from the top, put a full top after the word Jews, and begin the next leotence with a capital; and crale the perenthels. P 54116 from the boitom, for or r of.


Pylig from the top, for bas r need. P 15! 18 from the top pat a parenthesis at the end of prophecy. P812 from the top, put a Parenthesis afier the words first beaft. P231 2 from the bot jom, for 13th chap r 3d. chap. P 26 1 5, put a parenthefis before heing. P 26 | 17 rrom the bottom for preceding r proceede ing. P 32 1 9 from the top, r so says Mr Ket. P 3413 from the top for preciding r succeeding. P 341 20 from the bottom, for proceeding r prefiding. P 44 1 6 from the top, for vials feale. P 44 I 2 from the bottom, for 6th chap 4th chap. P. 45119 from the bottom, for imports r impofts. P 58 1 9 from the top, for love cland'r love and humanity of. P 67 Ifrom the top, erase the full stop after multirudc. and put the stop at the end of circunstance, and begin the next fentence with a capital A.






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GOD being all in all with me, I introduce the second supplement with an explanation of the fourteen first verses of the gospel by John, founded upon the two words“ beginningand “power," and upon the plan of elucidation.

In the beginning was the word (or command), and the word (or command) was with (proceeding from) God, and the word was God (God's word, or the word of God). The same (word, orders, directions, or commands) was in the beginning with (proceeding from) God. (Now it is much more probable that the word should mean command, than having an allusion to a supremely favoured, and now exalted human being.) ALI things were made by him (God); and without him (God) was not any thing made that was made. In him (God) was life (or had the power); and the life (or the power of God) was the light of men (knowledge, or power given to man-See the 12th verse). And the light (or illumination from

God) shineth in darkness; and the darkness (in man) comprehended it vot. There was a man sent from (or appointcil by) God, whose name was Johrn : The same came (or was appointed by God, for a witness, to bear witness of the light (the illuminating power sent from God), that all men through him (John) might believe. He (John) was not that light, but was sent (or appointed Ly God) to bear witness of that light. That was the true light (an illumination from God) which lighteth every man that cometh into the world (giveth him his reason which makes him superior to the brute creation.) He (God's power, or the power of the Almighty) was in the world and the world was made by him (God); and the world knew him not (God.) He (his power, or the power of God) came unto his own (creatures), and his own (creatures) received him not. But (here the word but is a brcak in the procin, the subject, or scene changes) as many as received him (which is the messenger of the covenant), to them gave he power (by his mission to become the sons of God, (God will be a grateful Father, if we will be obedient children) even to them that believe on his name (believe in the cell, or mission he has given): Which were born, not of

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