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Septuagint, Vol. i. 42, 46, 64. Wakefield, Vol. i. 55.
-ii. 35, 39.

Walker, Rev. Thomas, Dundo-
Shuckford, Samuel, Rector of nald, i. 10.-1.7.
Shelton, Norfolk, 1 48.

Rev. Robert, Edin.
Sloss, i. 31.

burgh, i. 44.-ï. 60.
Smith, Dr John, Campbelton, Wardlaw, Dr Ralph, Glasgow,
ii. 17.

i. 8, 31.-ii. 9, 54, 60.
Socinus, ii. 9.

Watts, Dr Isaac, i. 47.-. 50,
Socrates, ii. 88.

86.
Steinkopfft, i. 17.

Wells, Dr Edward, Rector of
Stevenson, Rev. George, Air, Cotesbach, i. 48.-Ö. 97, 52.
i. 51.

West, Esq. Gilbert, ïi. 23, 33.
Stewart, Dr Alexander, late Wesley, Rev. John, i 30, 58.
Edinburgh, i. 17.

-ï. 60.
Sturm, i, 25.

Westminster Assembly, i. 44.
Suetonius, i. 54.

Wetstein, i. 63.
Swanston, Mr Andrew, i. 17. Whiston, William, Professor of
-ï. 40.

Mathematics, Cambridge, i.
Syriac Version, i. 20, 22.-ü. 23, 48.-ü. 52.
21, 87.

Whitby, Dr Daniel, i. 4, 8, 14,

15, 31, 32, 43, 46, 52, 61,
Taylor, Rev. Richard, A.M.i. 12. 63, 64, 67, 72.-ii. 21, 24,
Tennant, i. 48.

25, 26, 27, 29, 31, 37, 40,
Tertullian, i. 31,65.-1.50, 72. 42, 48, 52, 57, 60, 74, 78.
Tillotson, ü. 57.

Wilberforce, William, M. P. i.
Toland, ï. 6.

20, 53.
Towerson, ii. 24.

Wilkins, Dr John, Bishop of
Tremellius and Junius, i. 19, Chester, i. 31, 36.

58,71.-ii. 4, 44, 58, 77,90. Willison, Rev. John, Dundee,
Turretine, Francis, i. 59. i. 21.
Alphonsus, ii. 47. Witherspoon, Dr John, late

President of the College of
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Volney, i. 66.

52.-ü. 8, 35.
Voltaire, i. 48.-ii. 27. Witsius, i. 11, 17, 33, 34, 35,
Vossius, i. 33.

42, 44, 51, 59, 67, 73,-i.
Ursin, Zachary, ïi. 7.

3, 7, 24, 47, 49, 55, 58, 60,
Usher, i. 20, 48.

61, 66, 73, 74, 75, 76, 79,
Vulgate, i. 14, 38, 64, 68.-ü. 81, 83, 86, 87.
21, 35.

Wolfius, i. 22.

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Page xii, middle, for Pages 291-392. read Pages 291-322.

8, line 12, for Possevin read Possevino.
47, foot, Topen should have been placed before 1 Pet. ii. 7. not

John xii. 43.
49, line 32, for P477 read pun
69, foot, for 'Auto aar,bele read 'Autorandus.
86, - for pišu read pości
99, for what is read what it is.
180, line 12, for acsustomed read accustomed.
199, line 21, for exist read exist.

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219, note, after refuge add See Diss. xiv. sect. 33–38.
235, line 5, for Geshard read Gerhard.

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332, - for 727 read 727
342, for Movoying read Moreyer.
351, line 22, for A:STOTIS read AITTOTIS.

7, and 8, for Greisbache read Griesbach.
409, 1, for Paræus read Pareus.
414, 1, for arguments read argument.
416, 36, for Amyrald's read Amyrault's.
419, 30, for views read vices.
441, 7, for 39. read 29.
471, 20, for Alexandrine read Alexandrian.
497, -19, for suceptible read susceptible.

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Vol. II.
Page 64, line 2, for malefatcors read malefactors.

48, 10, after love add 2 Cor. v. 20.
68,

27, for Sazomen read Sozomenus.
109, 14, for strengthen read establish.
123, fuot, for Bava read Bara.
209, line 18, for Sazomenus read Sozomenus.
241, foot, for abgor Portuy read alcohortwy.
361, line 17, for as read us.
494, foot, for • Vol. iv. read • Vol. i.
509, line 25, for Daillée read Daillé.
556, -14, for is intended read are intended.
558, · 4, dele and.
586, foot, for suam read suum.
588, line 15, for Cæsaria read Cæsarea.

22, for Janna read Janua.
614, — 36, for Duchy read Dutchy.

605,

Seneca, an eminent Stoic philosopher, born at Corduba near the commencement of the Christian era: He was distinguished at once as an orator, philosopher, poet, and historian. He put himself to death in the year 65, by opening his veins at the command of Nero. Diss. viii. 93. xiii. 21. xvi. 27.

Silvester I. a Bishop of Rome, who was elected 314, and held the pontificate nearly twenty-two years. xvi. 10.

Simeon, the son of Jochai, a celebrated man among the Jews in the 2d Century, who wrote Sohar, being a cabbalistic explanation of the Pentateuch, and a book De Muis varia sacra.

X. 10. Sixtus of SIENNA, a city in Tuscany, a converted Jew, and a Dominican, who died 1569. He wrote a book entitled Bibliotheca Sancta. i. 5.

SMAlcius, a leader among the Socinians. vi. 21.

Socinus, Faustus, or, in the vernacular language, Soccini Fausto, the proper founder of the sect of the Socinians, who was born 1539, and died 1604. He was early embued with the sentiments of his uncle Lelio, and discovered great zeal in the defence and propagation of his tenets. He is the author of the Racovian Catechism ; and his works form collectively two volumes folio. iv. 14, 21. viii. 44. ix. 15. xii. 19. xiv. 12, 13. xv. 8. xxi. 7. xxvi. 34.

Socrates, the most eminent of the Grecian moralists, born at a village near Athens B. C. 469, and compelled to drink poison in his 70th year. xxvi. 80.

Socrates, surnamed the Scholastic, a native of Constantinople, an exact and judicious Historian in the 5th Century. His Ecclesiastical History commences from the year 309, where that of Eusebius terminates, and comes down to 440. xii. 15. xvi. 9. xviii. 7. xx. 14.

Sophocles, the most eminent of the tragic Poets of Greece, born B. C. 497. viii. 46.

Sozomenus, Hermias, an Ecclesiastical Historian of the 5th Century. He frequented the bar as a pleader at Constantinople. His History of the Church consists of nine books, and extends from the year 324 to 439. xvi. 9, 33. xx. 14.

Spondanus, HENRY DE SPONDE, a French Prelate, author of an abridgment and continuation of the annals of Baronius, in which he brings down the history to 1640. He was born 1568. and died 1643. xvi. 16.

STRADA, FAMIANO, a learned Jesuit in the 17th Century, Professor of eloquence in the Roman college. He was born at Rome

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