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A chronological treatise upon the seventy weeks of Daniel : wherein is evidently shewn the accomplishment of the predicted events, as especially of the cutting off of the Messiah after the predicted VII weeks and LXII weeks, according to the express letter of the prophecy, and in most exact agreement with Ptolemy's canon; so also of the destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans, in the LXXth, or separate one week, in the litteral, obvious, and primary sense; (however this be groundlessly call'd in question by a late writer, in a discourse of the grounds and reasons of the Christian religion:) in a particular disquisition upon the three latest hypotheses of these weeks published among us, viz. That of the later learned Bishop Lloyd; that of the late learned Dr. Prideaux; and that of the Reverend Mr. Lancaster. All which hypotheses are here fully consider'd; and the late Bishop Lloyd's is generally supported and established. With chronological tables suited to the whole. Preview this item
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A chronological treatise upon the seventy weeks of Daniel : wherein is evidently shewn the accomplishment of the predicted events, as especially of the cutting off of the Messiah after the predicted VII weeks and LXII weeks, according to the express letter of the prophecy, and in most exact agreement with Ptolemy's canon; so also of the destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans, in the LXXth, or separate one week, in the litteral, obvious, and primary sense; (however this be groundlessly call'd in question by a late writer, in a discourse of the grounds and reasons of the Christian religion:) in a particular disquisition upon the three latest hypotheses of these weeks published among us, viz. That of the later learned Bishop Lloyd; that of the late learned Dr. Prideaux; and that of the Reverend Mr. Lancaster. All which hypotheses are here fully consider'd; and the late Bishop Lloyd's is generally supported and established. With chronological tables suited to the whole.

Author: Benjamin Marshall; James Knapton
Publisher: London : Printed for James Knapton, at the Crown in St. Paul's Church-yard, MDCCXXV [1725]
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Genre/Form: Chronologies
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Early works
Blind tooled bindings (Binding)
Markings (Provenance)
Chronology Early works to 1800
Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Marshall; James Knapton
OCLC Number: 228751311
Notes: Signatures: A⁸ b⁸ B-T⁸.
Title within double lined border.
Head- and tail-pieces; initials.
Contains index.
Description: xxxii, 280, [8] pages ; 21 cm (8vo)
Responsibility: By Benjamin Marshall, M.A. rector of Naunton in Gloucestershire.

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