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Isaiah. A new translation; by the late Robert Lowth, D. D. Bishop of London. With a summary view and explanation of the same. Consisting of I. Preliminary observations and General Rules for understanding the Prophetic Stile. II. A particular account of each chapter in order. In which The general Stile of the Prophet is characterized; the Beauty and Sublimity of particular Passages remarked; the change of Persons or Speakers, the transition from one part of the Subject to another, and the connexion and scope of the whole pointed out; Improvements in the Translation where they seem to be of most consequence, taken notice of; with Illustrations of the Customs, Manners, and Circumstances to which the Prophet alludes, and the Application of the different parts of the Prophecy to those Events to which they are supposed to refer. The whole being Intended To render the Prophecy intelligible, useful, and agreeable to Readers of every Description. By John Smith, D. D. Minister of the Gospel at Campbleton.
- Lowth, Robert, 1710-1787.
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