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short Method of studying History, and a Catalogue of Books necessary for that Purpose; with some Remarks on them. By Abbe Lenglet Dufresnoy. In 'two Parts. Translated from the last French Edition, and continued down to the Death of King George II. Price 12s. bound.
3. The EVANGELICAL HISTORY of our LORD JESUS CHRIST, harmonized, explained, and illustrated, with Variety of Notes Practical, Historical, and Critical. To which is fubjoined, an Account of the Propagation of Christianity, and the original Settlements and State of the Church. Together with proper Prefaces, and a compleat Index. The whole dedicated to the Lords Spiritual and Teniporal, and Commons in Parliament assembled. By a Society of Gentlemen,who are greatly alarmned at the prefent shameful Ne-, glect of Religion and Virtue, and earnestly concerned for the Temporal and Eternal Happiness of Mankind, In 2 Vol. Price 8s. bound.
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The CHRISTIAN's New-YEAR'S GIFT: Containing a Companion for the Feasts and Fafts of the Church of England; Prayers and Meditations for the Use of the Holy Communions and a Manual of Devotions for the Closet and the Family. By a Clergyman of the Church of England. Price 2s, bound.
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12. Lingua Britannica Reformata : Or, A new Universal Dictionary, under the following Titles: 1. Universal; containing a Definition and Explication of all the Words now used in the English Tongue, in every Art, Science, Faculty, or 'I rade. 2. Etymologi
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