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Page 6 - Discourses on Prophecy. In which are considered its Structure, Use, and Inspiration; being the substance of Twelve Sermons preached in the Chapel of Lincoln's Inn, by JOHN DAVISON, BD Sixth and Cheaper Edition.
Page 2 - Catena Aurea. A Commentary on the Four Gospels, collected out of the Works of the Fathers by S. THOMAS AQUINAS. Uniform with the Library of the Fathers.
Page 4 - SERMONS ON THE FESTIVALS. By the REV. JOHN ARMSTRONG), BA, Priest Vicar of Exeter Cathedral, and Rector of St.
Page 15 - GODLY MEDITATIONS UPON THE MOST HOLY SACRAMENT OF THE LORD'S SUPPER. By CHRISTOPHER SUTTON, DD, late Prebend of Westminster. A new Edition. Antique cloth, 5s.
Page 16 - THE GOLDEN GROVE; a Choice Manual, containing: what is to be Believed, Practised, and Desired, or Prayed for. By BISHOP JEREMY TAYLOR. Printed uniform with
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Page 33 - ... heat, set fire to the rotten rafters; from these the fire was communicated to the larger beams and their braces, no one yet perceiving or helping. For the well-painted ceiling below, and the sheet-lead covering above, concealed between them the fire that had arisen within.
Page 49 - ... converge to it from every side. With these works the second year was occupied. In the third year he placed two pillars on each side, the two extreme ones of which he decorated with marble '''columns placed around them, and because at that place the choir and crosses were to meet, he constituted these principal pillars.
Page 15 - DISCE MORI— LEARN TO DIE: A Religious Discourse, moving every Christian man to enter into a Serious Remembrance of his End. By Christopher Sutton, DD One volume, 16mo., $1 00. Of the three works of this excellent author lately reprinted, the " Disce Mori " is, in our judgment, decidedly the best.