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Give me leave alfo to add a Paffage out of the General Evening -Poft, from Thursday April 26, to Saturday April 28, 1750. Paris, April 27. By the Way of Marfeilles we have an Account, that on the • tenth of this Month ⚫ the Archiepifcopal Palace of Melfina fell down in a very extraordinary Manner, and ⚫ that one of the Archbi6 fhop's Secretaries, the Mafter of his Houfehold, and feveral Do. <mefticks were buried under the Ruins of that Edifice.' This is no otherways explained or accounted for in the Account from Paris, as the News fays; but Since they about Naples

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(8.) That the Ifles of the Sea fhall be efpecially concerned in the Thanksgiving to God, for the Delivery of good Men from the Calamities now approaching.

9. That thefe Calamities will chiefly fall upon wicked Kings and Princes, and their great wicked Minifters of State.

quake, as well as those at Rome, and in its Neighbourhood, 'tis no Way improbable the Palace fell down by an Earthquake alfo.

(8.) The Completion of this Prediction cannot be expected, till the Principal of them be come; which will I believe be in no long Time, and perhaps fooner than Mankind are willing to fuppose.

(9.) The Completion of this Prediction cannot be expected, till the principal Calamities are come, which I believe will be fooner than fuch Princes and Statesmen will be perfuaded to look for them; such Men generally being Scepticks or Infidels as to Religion and the Prophecies, are most likely to imitate the Liber

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(10.) That there shall be a real Refurrection of the Martyrs, both Jews and Chriftians, at this Restoration of the Jews.

Ezek. xxxvii. I-14.


tine, in the Tragedy called by that Name, and to believe no future Punifhments till they actu ally fall into Hades or Gebenna themselves.

(10.) This amazing Event cannot yet be expected; but will certainly come in its proper Seafon. Hear Ezekiel, Daniel, and St. John's Accounts of this first Refurrection.

1. The Hand of the Lord was upon me, and carried me out in the Spirit of the Lord, and fet me down in the Midft of the Valley, which was full of Bones.

2. And he caused me to pass by them round about, and behold there were very many, and lo they were very dry.

3. And he faid unto me, Son of Man, can thefe dry Bones live?


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the Flesh came upon

them, and the Skin

covered them above, but there was no Breath in them.

9. Then faid he unto me, Prophefy unto the the Wind, Prophefy Son of Man, and fay to the Wind, Thus faith the Lord God, come from the four Winds, O Breath, and breathe upon these Slain that they may live.

10. So I prophefied as he commanded me, and the Breath came into them, and they lived and stood up upon their Feet, an exceeding great Army.

11. Then he faid unto me, Son of Man, these Bones are the whole House of Ifrael: Behold they fay, our Bones are dried, and our Hope is

loft; we are cut off for

our Parts.

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