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KEMPIS, Thomas à. Of the Imitation of Jesus Christ, translated| from the Latin, with an Introduction and Notes by the Rev. T. F. Dibdin, D.D. London, 1828. 8vo. 17. 1s.

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Ane compendius Tractive conforme to the Scripturis of Almychtie God, Ressoun and Authoritie, declaring the nerrest and only Way to establiche the Conscience of ane Christiane Man, in all Matters (quhilks ar in furth be Maister Quintin Kennedy, ComDebate) concerning Faith and Religioun, sett mendator of the Abbay off Crosraguell, and dedicat to his deerest and best beluiffit Nepuo Gilbert, Mester of Cassillis. In the Zeir of

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pages. Pages 553-4 are omitted.
1. Three Roman urns and a patine.
2. The rectory house at Islip. p. 51.

3. The seat of Sir William Glynne, Bart.

p. 55. 4. Ambrosden Church. p. 431. 5.

The seat of Mr. John Coker. p. 509.


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Critical Dissertations on the Tree of Life
in Paradise, the Creation and Fall, and on
the Oblation of Cain and Abel, with an Ap-
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Enquiry into the Meaning of the Text,

Gen. i. 26, with Reference to Mr. Kennicott's Dissertation on the Tree of Life. London, 1748. 8vo.

A Thanksgiving Sermon on Jerem. xxxiii. 10, 11. By Benj. Kennicott. Oxford, 1749. 8vo.

The printed Hebrew Text of the Old Testament vindicated. By Fowler Comings, M. A. London, 1753. 8vo. 2s.

The Integrity of the Hebrew Text, and many Passages of Scripture vindicated from the Objections and Misconstructions of Mr. Kennicott. By Julius Bate. London, 1755. 8vo. Gosset, 340, 9s.

Christian Fortitude. A Sermon before the University of Oxford. By Benj. Kennicott. Oxford, 1757. 4to.

Remarks on Mr. Kennicott's Sermon, en

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A Dialogue between Doctor Cunningham and Sir Charles Freeman, Bart. containing Mr. Kennicott's Method of correcting the printed Hebrew Text. 1760. 8vo.

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The Nature of a true Zeal considered; with a View to the present Design of collating the Hebrew MSS. A visitation Sermon preached at Norwich, Aug. 19, 1760. Henry Goodall, D.D. 8vo.


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Observations on the 1st Book of Samuel, ch. vi. v. 19. By Benj. Kennicott, D.D. Oxford, 1768. 8vo.

Remarques critiques sur 1 Samuel, Ch. vi. ver. 19. Par B. Kennicott, Docteur in Théologie. 1769. 8vo.

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Letter of Mr. the Abbot of


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P. J. Bruns de Libello contra Kennicott. Romæ, 1773. 8vo.

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Critica sacra, or a short Introduction to Hebrew Criticism. By Benjamin Kennicott, D.D. London, 1774. 8vo.

Benjamini Kennicotti Epistola ad Joh. Dav. Michaelem de Censura primi Tomi Bibliorum Hebraicorum nuper editi in Bibliotheca ejus Orientali, Parte XI. Oxon. 1777. 8vo.

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Remarks on select Passages in the Old
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Introduction to the School of Shake

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