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that readeth and heareth the words of this Prophecy.
Apocalypse, c.i. v. 3.
PRINTED BY HOPKINS AND SEYMOUR,
TOR TO THE PUBLIC.
at twenty-seven years since the Gef the Church, as illustrated chiefly calypse, by Signior Pastorini, was to the Public. It was variously reing to the various temper and disporeaders. Some did not hesitate to ridicule, as the production of a weak
mind: Others attacked it by objecerent kinds, none of which seem to them very considerable weight: But ity formed a very favourable opinion of d it with equal satisfaction and edificaey were not a little struck by the new h the author seemed to have thrown on ies contained, and the judgments de
the prophetic book before us. Their as particularly excited by his open declaat, he apprehended, some of the seven there threatened, were hastening fast to cted on criminal and unrepenting nations, hetic Vial was soon to be poured out on S. He charitably therefore forewarned to seek by sincere repentance to avert, he impending judgment, or, to be at