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Since these Letters were written , I find , froin the British Critic for July , 1802 , that
the author of the first , Six anonymous LETTERS is a Mr. C. Wordsworth , of Trinity
College , Cambridge , who , as those critics inform me , is not anxious to be ...
... nouns relate to the same , or to a different person : that is , the fifth and sixth
rules are no rules at all . This is frankly acknowledged to be the case by the '
honest * compiler ' of the first Six Letters to Mr. Sharp ( see p . 115 of those letters
, or p .
Sharp , Wordsworth , and Burgess , amply detected , and the common version of
that part of the verse which is here quoted , established , in page 86–97 of the
following letters . In the former part of the verse , the words the glorious appearing
106-109 of the following letters . That God is LORD of Jesus as much as of any
other mere man , is also declared in many other places of the original , where it
does not appear in “ the common english version , and more particularly in the ...
SIX MORE LETTERS , & c . & c . LETTER I. “ It will be proved to thy fačė , that thou
hast men about thee " that usually talk of a noun and a verb , and such
abominable “ words as no Christian ear can endure to hear . ” SHAKSPEARE .
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Related Subjects: Greek language, Biblical -- Article. | Sharp, Granville, -- 1735-1813. -- Remarks on the uses of the definitive article in the Greek text of the New Testament.