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ing; nor would he presume that in cases where others differ from him, he has always taken the safest and straightest path. He trusts, however, that in all the leading truths of the Gospel, and in the main structure of his argument, he has not 'swerved from “the truth asitis in Jesus;" and in this confidence, while he is open to the friendly rebuke of the righteous for every failure, he would commend his labours to that great unseen Being whom he serves, assured that God's own cause is safe in his own hands, and that he, and he alone, can make the feeblest instruments, if only they are tempered from his forge, subservient to the edification of the temple of his dear SON; to whom, and through whom, be all glory and worship and praise, now and for ever-Amen!
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14 27 there 17 35 siege 22 42 rite 25 25
& 106 15 41 39 for the late short conflict at Gualior substitute the late
memorable conflicts at Feroshah and Subraon. 45 5 after 1842 add, or the occupation of Lahore in 1846. 66 15 What books 77
for gives read give 102 8 for whence read when 103 13 dele the comma 105 42 col. 1 after backbitings, insert hatred of God, pride, boast
106 1 after ambition, add, (or inhospitality,) and in col. 2.
read haters of God, proud, boasters Memorvitando 129 34 after taken, insert and
40 quotations will enable 137 10
surreptitious 312 11 141 9 after domiciled insert a period. 142 11 after has, dele six 182 13 for are read is 183 27 for modern read Roman civil 196 5 for than read that 203 11
20 for moved, read removed 215 29 to a great extent 257 36 abstractedly 282 42 in his life 298 8 for these read the The reader will also meet with some obvious errors, which
it has not been thought necessary to specify. A portion of the omissions in the table p. 83 may be thus supplied : Cent. xi. SIMEON METAPHRASTES (8) fl, 1030
Ratherius of Verona (1) A. 962
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