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Observations on the Revelation of Jesus Christ to St. John. Which comprehend the most approved sentiments of the celebrated Mr. Mede, Mr. Lowman, Bishop Newton, and other noted writers on this book; and cast much additional light on the more obscure prophecies; especially those which point out the time of the rise and fall of Antichrist. In two parts. containing, part I. General observations on prophecy. The form, order, and style of the Revelation. The monitory vision. Part II. The prophetic visions; which are distinguished into five prophecies, each of which is subdivided into several scenes. By Samuel Langdon, D.D. Minister of Hamptonfalls, in the state of New Hampshire. [Three lines from Revelation]

  • Langdon, Samuel, 1723-1797.
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Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts : By Isaiah Thomas, MDCCXCI [1791]

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[9],18-337,[7]p. ; 80.

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Evans, 23486

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