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   Athenian Mercury (Newspaper) - January 3, 1893, London, Middlesex                                K O 9joy are the fume which at fir ft did proceed fim God �^ out any Material Alteration, Addition or Diminution ? li^e-wife, bm illitterate Ferfons may obtain the certain F&ow-ledge of the Mind of God in bit Word '? and what neeMbere (4) "From him ttax-Vimi byl Virgil ftole fro them. 1 if their Ufe and Study of the Script his Sicelides Mufa, &c. made ufe of Anfw. The Anfwer to thefe Queftlons is the Subjecl of the feveral ORIGIHAL PIECES Printed by our fome ofAhc .Sybils Books, as Mr. Driften obtae*ia Boofcfeller in the WMPLEATLIBRAMT for the Months of May, June* and goyember, which faid Month concludes the FIRST VOLUME* whereunto we refer the declireg. -4 ; 1 ____Argumenc before his Tranflation, will hardly be deny'd, he himielf mentioning the Curhmm Carmen in that Eclogue.  And it feems moft probable that thofe ^HftT where'"the Evidences ort"he^riptweV'imme- Sibyls (if there were more than one of em ) had their ^iate procedure from God are produced, their Inteeri- Prophecies from fome of die Divine Writers, there be- ty^ pcrfeaion and Petfpicaity is proved, and the ways ing m^Qyftrokesm Virgil s Poem which are plainly and mean$ 0f Under (landing the Mind of God therein, taken thence, tho as it ieerm, at fecond band - which with the Nece#tv of; the Ufe and Stufo of the Scrip we (hall Obferve as we pafs by em. -                              *             * (b) " Old J^ittinis Realms their future Conquerour. ] Tis generally agreed by learned Men that by the $ittim9 or Sons of titfttm, feveral times mention'd in, Sacred Writings, are meant the Macedonians, call'd Uamefjcu in Ancient Writers, there being alfo the River Citm near 'em, tho' the Grecians wonderfully alter the Terminations in whatever words they receiv'd from the Hebrews, as fofepbus Obferves on this very Subject, and as indeed all other Languages ftill do as well as aDtoerttrcmcntsJ they Nor, we think, is't any Incongruity duce the Macedonians boafting of their Alexander, who had not a being "till long after, beeaufe 'tis done by c pbecy who ahWd to have the Gift of Fro of ie veral WITCHES, Executed in New-Em with many remarkable Alettes, Crete her ancient govt. ] The 1>-was found even among ths Grecians, that Cwiofities therein Occurrin ^ By Cotton Mather. Fublifhcd the reafon was only -------- .- ,     . ., ,     , to him in their City 3 and if they were acquainted with the TyrUn gods who lived lb far from them 5> the Special Command ft�^-S5K� his Excellency the Gover- Firft their near Neigbbp from 'em, lying very deep, aimoft in the bottom of the Mediterranean. (d) " The Spartan-Sage ] Lycurgiis nour of New-England, Printed in Bojion, and now %FS^Xt^V^^ Reprinted in London for Jobn (f) "Tho the Septenary ranks furpafsU 3 See if former Volumes, the Queftion or Archangels V) " Nor only he to Seta's biefs'd Tents cofifin'd. 2 That Prophecy of Nub - He jbull duett in the Tims ' Sbem, may as well be apply'd to God as to $ m Difcovtrkt. ( fent out of the WEST �) and fays in his Obelisk** that Opbir in the C^i^fe language fignifies liufi^ which with the- time of the toyagt thither, and other Circumftances, make it probabl Printed befefre : As alfo many large and Private Memoirs fent from other aces thither, and other Urcumitances, maw ic prooaoic * ' ;  -     rr j-*T /i   , that 'twas no other place than the Golden Cberfonefe.     which renders this Fourth Edition A HEW SECRET HISTORT of the  late Tin (i) t� Whilft a new Face of things around appears, 3 Here T   Jhirh for all we'll take Notice of feveral Palfig- -   1 � wnicn added the Effigies of the rnoft rirxi/'s Eclogue, which feem plainly taken from this Eminent Suftercrs, wttb mmy New Poms and other places of the H. Scriptures   Jam redit & their Deaths not printed before; as alfo, a vjrgQ -~$im nova progenies cek dimitiitur alto Denm vitam accipiet - Paratum% reget jatriis virmi bus orbenu &c. lltf much larger Account than has yet been given of the LIFE ml DEATH of the Ute LORD JEFFERIES'v fo that the whole Work, is now Cornpleac with an ALPHABET I w$u Gentlemen, You cannot be unfenfible how In- CAL TABLE annext to it.   Publifhed duftnous the Popifli AtheifHcal and Pro to fort of Men n      pf      Q   f    printed (according ta hav# heen. to Invent all manner of Cavils againft the .,    X . -   { n   .    x <     �A    "     b DWtaTSi^^ Integrity, Perfection and the Original Copies ) for John Dtmton at Perfpicuity of the Sacred Scriptures; which being our the Raven in the Poultrey. only Rule of Faith, and the fole Dire&ory in all the Concerns of Religion s we entreat your Aflsflanee in the Solution of the moil Important Queftions they com T a Cutler's Shop over againft the Mermaid Tavern cmbill, is fold an Infallible Cure for an Ague monly Aflault us with,fuch as thefe, vi%. Howwe\mw If any Perfon tryes it, and it proves incflfeflual, theic the Scriptures ate the Word of Gpd * and that tboft m now Money (hall be return'd LOND Printed for f 0$flt SDUtttOnat the Raven in the Poultrey, \6a*   

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