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PSALTER (the) in its original form ; or the Book of Psalms reduced to lines, in an easy and familiar style, and a kind of blank verse of unequal measures, answering for the most part to the original lines, as supposed to contain each a sentence, or some entire part of one. With arguments pointing out the general design of each Psalm; and with notes, accounting for some passages in the translation; opening and explaining also, in some places, the prophetic views. To which is added, a like plain translation of the last words of David, with notes. By the author of Thoughts on the Hebrew titles of the Psalms.
WTXQAIA Platonica: or a Platonicall song of the soul, consisting of foure severall poems; viz. WTXOZQIA. Y.TXA6ANAXIA. A NT IN. TXO IIAN NTXIA. ANTIMONON-TXIA. Hereto is added a paraphrasticall interpretation of the answer of Apollo consulted by Amelius, about Plotinus soul departed this life. By H. M. Master of arts, and Fellow of Christs Colledge in Cambridge. [Henry MoRE.] Cambridge 1642. Octavo. Each of the above poems has a separate title and pagination, and the preface to each is signed H. M. The Paraphrasticall Interpretation, and the interpretation of the more unusual names or words that occur in the foregoing Poems, are unpaged.
PSYCHOLOGICAL inquiries: in a series of essays, intended to illustrate the mutual relations of the physical organization and the mental faculties. [By Sir Benjamin Collins BRODIE.]
London: 1854. Octavo. Pp. viii. 264.”
PUBLIC (the) economy of Athens, in four books; to which is added, a dissertation on the silver-mines of Laurion. Translated from the German of Augustus Boeckh [by Sir George Cornewall LEWIS].
London, 1828. Octavo."