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The arguments respecting the primitive language are deduced entirely from the sacred writings, and the greater part of the notes illustrative of the text are sanctioned by the authorities of D'Oyly and Mant.
As the writer of a recent work has affirmed, that the verb is the primitive part of speech, and that every sentence is a factitious word, it may be here noticed, that a few hints on the same subjects, but espousing contrary doctrines, will be found in the following pages. The Author conceives it hardly requisite to mention, that the remarks on sceptical philosophy have no reference whatever to the above writer.
taining to the arts and sciences-their differences -- the
mankind—the progressive state of man—the perceptive
Comparison between the perceptive faculty, as observable :
in an infant or child, with the same faculty in the adult
THE NATURE AND PHILOSOPHY
AS CONNECTED WITH
The Sacred Scriptures.
LATE OF MAGDALEN HALL, OXFORD; AUTHOR OF “ THE SCHOOL ORATOR," " THE PHILOSOPHY OF ELOCUTION,"
“READINGS OF THE LITURGY," &c.
It is to be remembered that connexion is not identity.
- Remarks on Scepticism.
. 265. i 6