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" Testament are still amongst us ; some procured from Egypt, others from Asia, others found in the Western churches. For the very distances of places as well as numbers of the books demonstrate, that there could be no collusion, no altering nor interpolating... "
A New and General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ... - Page 375
1762
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Memoirs of Literature, Volume 6

Bibliography - 1722
...Pittances of Places, as well as Numbers " o.Tthe Books, demonftrate, that ther.e fould be nq K Cojlufion, no altering nor interpolating one Copy by "' another,...by any of them. " In profane Authors (as they are call'd ) whereof " one Mariufcript only had the luck to be preftrved, as ?? Vett?j^lS,Paterc^^luj ^mpnc...
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The popular educator

Popular educator - 1767
...distances of places, as well as numbers of the books, demonstrate that there could be no collusion, no altering nor interpolating one copy by another, nor all by any of them."— Bmtley, " On The larger epistles of Ignatius are generally supposed to be interpelated."— Jorhn,...
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The British Plutarch [by T. Mortimer].

Thomas Mortimer - 1816
...distances of places, as well as numbers of the books, demonstrate that there could be no collusion, no altering nor interpolating one copy by another,...are called) whereof one MS. only had the luck to be preserved, as Velleius Paterculus among the Latins and Hesychius among the Greeks, the faults of the...
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The Works of Richard Bentley, Volume 3

Richard Bentley - 1838
...distances of places as well as numbers of the books demonstrate, that there could be no collusion, no altering nor interpolating one copy by another,...profane authors (as they are called), whereof one manuscript only had the luck to be preserved, as Velleius Paterculus among the Latins, and Hesychius...
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The Spirit of the Bible, Or, the Nature and Value of the Jewish and ...

Edward Higginson - Bible - 1853
...Distances of Places, as well as Numbers of the Books, demonstrate ; that there could be no Collusion, no altering nor interpolating One Copy by another,...All by any of them. "In Profane Authors (as they are call'd) whereof One Manuscript only had the luck to be preserved, as Velleiiu Paterculus among the...
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Cassell's lessons in English. From the 'Popular educator'.

John Relly Beard - 1854
...distances of places, as well as numbers of the books, demonstrate that there could be no collusion, no altering nor interpolating one copy by another, nor all by any of them."— Eentley, " On Freethinking." " The larger epistles of Ignatius are generally supposed to be interpolated."...
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The Spirit of the Bible, Or, the Nature and Value of the Jewish and ...

Edward Higginson - Bible - 1855
...Distances of Places, as well as Numbers of the Books, demonstrate ; that there could be no Collusion, no altering nor interpolating One Copy by another,...by any of them. " In Profane Authors (as they are call'd) whereof One Manuscript only had the luck to be preserv'd, as Velleius Paterculus among the...
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Catechesis evangelica: questions and answers based on the 'textus receptus'.

1862
...other by time and place, proves that other important fact, that there could have been " no collusion, no altering nor interpolating one copy by another, nor all by any of them." * Bentley, " Discourse on Freethinking," quoted by Wordsworth in preface to Greek Testament. 37. —...
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A historical ... dictionary of the holy Bible

John Brown - 1866
...distances of places, as well as numbers of the books, demonstrate that there could be no collusion, s time, and had been foļ a considerable time, the...39 ; xxi. 29 ; 2 Chron. i. 3) ; yet an exception a preserved — as Velleius Paterculus amongst the Latins, and Hesychius among the Greeks — the faults...
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The New Testament in the Original Greek, Volume 1

Fenton John Anthony Hort - 1881 - 580 pages
...distances of places, as well as numbers of the books, demonstrate that there could be no collusion, no altering, nor interpolating one copy by another, nor all by any of them. In profane authors whereof one manuscript only had the luck to be preserved, as Velleius Paterculus among the Latins,...
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