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William Warburton

Julian. Or a discourse concerning the earthquake and fiery eruption, which defeated that Emperor’s attempt to rebuild the temple at Jerusalem. In Which The reality of a divine Interposition is shewn; The Objections to it are answered; And The nature of that Evidence which demands the assent of every reasonable man to a miraculous fact, is considered and explained. By the Rev. Mr. Warburton, Preacher to the Hon. Society of Lincoln’s Inn.

London: Printed for J. and P. Knapton in Ludgate-Street , 1750.
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Julian. Or a discourse concerning the earthquake and fiery eruption, which defeated that Emperor’s attempt to rebuild the temple at Jerusalem. In Which The reality of a divine Interposition is shewn; The Objections to it are answered; And The nature of that Evidence which demands the assent of every reasonable man to a miraculous fact, is considered and explained. By the Rev. Mr. Warburton, Preacher to the Hon. Society of Lincoln’s Inn. Library Average
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