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Dr. Tho. Goodwin, in bis Works, vol. II.
2 vols.. 8vo.
Lond. Mr. W. Whifton 4to.
For the same reason in quoting from those which follow, I. have also specified the page. A Calculation of the Name, Mark, and Number of the Name,
of the Beast, by Nath. Stephens
1656 The Mystery of Iniquity, by Dr. Henry More fol.
1664 Apocalyptical Mysteries By H. K.
1667 The Judgments of God upon the Roman Catholic Church, by Dr. Cressener
1689 Demonstration of the First Principles of the Protestant Appli
cations of the Apocalypse, by Dr. Creslener
1690 Obf. upon the Prophecies of Daniel and the Apocalypse, by Sic Isaac Newton 4to.
Lond. Bengelius's Introd. to his Expos. of the Apoc. with the greaiest
part of the conclusion of it: translated from the High Dutch
by J. Robertson, M. D. 8vo. Lond.
1757 The Evidence of Christianity Deduced from Facts and the
Testimony of Sense, in a Series of Discourses, preached at
Boyle's Lecture, by Wm. Worthington, D. D. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1769 Introd. to the Study of the Prophecies concerning the Christian
Church in 12 Serm. preached at bishop Warburton's Lecture,
by Rich. Hurd, D. D. 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. Twelve Sermons on the Prophecies concerning the Christian
Church preached at bishop Warburton's Lecture, by Dr. Hallifax 8vo. Lond.
Discourses on Prophecy, preached at bifhop Warburton's Lec-
phecies of the New Testament, and the Nature of the Grand
Ch. I. Extracts from the Apocalyptic Discourse of Mr. Fleming, wherein he applies the fourth vial to France; with an inquiry into their general import, and definitions of Antichrift.
Ch. II. Farther remarks on the Fourth Vial, and Mr. Fleming's interpretation of it; with some incidental thoughts on the immediate causes of the overthrow of the French monarchy.
Ch. III. Observations and extracts respecting the authenticity of the apocalypse.
Ch. IV. General observations on the book of Reve.
lation, and particularly on its uses and its obscurity. 30.
Ch. V. St. John's description of the Ten-horned beast, the representative of Civil tyranny, and of the
Ch. VI. His description of the Two-horned beast,
Ch. VII. Remarks introductory to an examination
Ch. VIII. Expectations of various prophetical inter-
Ch. IX. That part of the eleventh chapter of the
Ch. X. On the concluding part of the eleventh chap-
Ch. XII. Observations and Extracts relative to St.
Ch. XIII. Passages from the apocalypse, which re-