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greatest utility to all those who read the Bible, and desire fully to understand the varicus customs, manners, &c. referred to in that sacred book, written in French by the Abbe FLEURY, and translated by Mr. FARNEWORTH, much enlarged from the apparatus biblices of Pere Lamy, and corrected and improved throughout by ADAM
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Vide Bishop Horne's Discourses, rol 1. 25 A Serious CALL TO A DEVOUT AND HOLY LIFE, adapted to the
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