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By RICHARD WATSON, D.D. F. R.S.
LORD Bishop:of LAND'AFF,

AND
Regius Professor of DivụNITE, inthe:UNIVERSITY of

CAMBRIDGE.

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Printed by J. ARCHDEACON, Printer to the UNIVERSITY;
for J. & J. MERRILL, Cambridge ; T. Evans, London;

and J. & J. FLETCHER, Oxford.

M.DCC. LXXXV.

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OF THE

SLÜ O N D V O L U M E.

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A History of the Apostles and Evangelists, Writers of the

New Testament. In three Volumes. Containing ge-
neral Observations upon the Canon of the New
Testament, and a History of the four Evangelists,
with the Evidences of the Genuinness of the four
Gospels, and the Acts of the Apostles, the Times,
when they were writ, and Remarks upon them. By
NATHANIEL LARDNER, D.D. Lond. 1760.

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This Book of Dr. Lardner, otherwise intitled the Supplement to the
Credibility of the Gospel History, was published in 1756-7. It is so full
and judicious on the Subject of the Canon' of the New Testament, that
it may of itself be sufficient to give the Reader' very fatisfactory In-
formation on that Point. Du Pin puhlished a complete' History of the
Canon and Writers of Books of the old and new Testament, which
was translated into English, in 1699, 2 Vols. Fol. Bp. Cofin published
a Scholastical History of the Canon of the Holy Scripturé, in 1672,
4to. In Carpzovius's Introduction to the Canonical Books of the Old
Testament, the Reader will find many learned Remarks on the Consti-
țution of the Canon of Scripture. He may also if he thinks fit, con-
sult Jones's full Method of settling the Canonical Authority of the New
Testament; Mills' Prolegomena, Richardson's Defence of the Canon
of the New Testament, against Toland; Dr. Clarke's Reflexions on
Amyntor, &c. Dr. Owen published a sensible Tract in 1764, intitled,
Observations on the four Gospels, tending chiefly, to ascertain the
Times of their Publication, and to illustrate the Form and the Manner
of their Composition; his Scheme of the Times, &c. is printed at the
End of this Volume. Much Information on the fame Subject, may be
had in Macknight's Preliminary Differtations ; in Michaelis's Intro-
ductory Lectures ; in Georgii Pritii Introductio in Lectionem Novi
Teftamenti

, and in a Variety of other Authors,

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