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Words at length; so that the parallel Texts may be seen at one View.
To which are added,#
The Chronology os Bishop USHER, the Marginal Readings, and Notes chiefly on the difficult and mistaken Texts of Scripture; from Bp. Lloyd, Dr. Scat ter good, and other eminent Writers.
Many more References than in any Edition of the ENGLISH Bible.
With a T A B L E of the Texts of Scripture which are Explain'd, and an Alphabetical Index of Matters.
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.
LONDON: Printed for Thomas Payne, in Round-Court in the Strand, against York-'Bu'ildings. 1748,
PA U L a servant of Jesus Christ, called to be an apostle, * separated unto the gospel of God, 2. (Which he had * promised afore c by his Prophets in the holy scriptures.) 3. Concerning his Son Jesus Christ our Lord, which was
A 2 made
phers according to the Commandment of the everlasting God, made known untoall Nations.— '.'Gal. 3. 8. The Scripture foreseeing rhac S God would jusrifie the Heathen through Faith, preached before the Gtfpel unto Abraham, saying, In thee ihali all Nations be blessed.;
* t Acts 13. a. tGaI.f;i*.
See on Acts 9.1 j.
a. b See on Luk. 24. 27. Joh. X.+f.
c '.' Rom. 3. 21. The Righteousness of God without the Law is manifested, being vitnesed by the Lav and the P rtfkits. '.Rom. act. 26. But new is made manifest, and by die Scriptures of the Pro-io