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His Old English Translators
CL E A R’D.
CONTAINING, 1. Directions for the more Devorit Use of the
Psalms, and a short Historical Account of
the Translation and Translators. II. The Pfølter or Pfalmis of David, after the
Translation of the Great Bible; Pointed as they are to be Surig of Said iñi Churches :
With large Explanatory Notes. III. A General Defence of this Old Transla
tion, in answer to all the Objections and Cavils that have been rais d against ito
I will pray with the spirit, and I will pray with the
understanding also: I will fing with the spiritand I will sing with the understanding also; Cor. xiv.1g.
Nec verbum verbo Curabis reddere,
Horat. dé Art. Poet.
LONDON: Printed by W. D. for R. KNAPLOCK, at chic Angel and Grown in St. Paul's Church-Yard.