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Page 3 - appointed other seventy also, and sent them two and two before his face, into every city, and place,
Page 21 - be, if the world take any light and use by this writing, I will the gratulation be to the good friendship and acquaintance between us two: and so I commend you to God's divine protection."!
Page 3 - reign in your mortal body, that ye should obey it in the lusts thereof."*
Page 16 - The Christians would do well to recollect that the doctrines of Mohamed created a degree of enthusiasm in his followers, which is to be sought in vain in the immediate followers of Jesus, and that his religion spread with a rapidity unexampled in that of the Christians.
Page 16 - is a great, large, and high place ; but the door is very low, so that the high and arrogant man cannot