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* See Chap. ix, and Chap. xxii, and compare this Rela

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is hardly to be determined.

28. The King replied, That the Account he had given of his Conversion, and the Reasons for his Religion, had almost induced

him to be a Christian *. 29. Paul

'Tis clear that Agrippa never

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might have on him.

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