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The Christian Covenant in Hieroglyphics. and the Origin of all such among the Hidthens .



Philosophical and Theological


Of the late truly LEARNED JOHN HUTCHINSON, Efq;



VOL. I. Moses's Principia, Part 1. VOL. VI. Glory or Gravity, or Glory

Containing an Accouni of the Diflo-|| Essential; and the Cherubim ex-
Jution and Reformation of the Earth. || plained.
With an Ellay to thew, that the | vol. VII. The Hebrew Writings
Air was the Rival fet up against || perfect. Being a Detection of the
God, and that a great part of the Forgeries of the Jews; and an Ex-
Bible was to set Men sizht in that planation of the various Ways it

p!cased God to exhibit himself, and Vol. II. Moses's Principia, Part II. || the Covenant of Grace to Men, in.

Being an Account of the Natural | VOL.VIII. Containing the Religion of Agents which perform the Opera- || Satan, or Natural Religion ; and the tions of Nature, viz. The Air, or Data in Chriftianity, Part 1. which Fire, Light, and Spirit.

are thewn to be the only Truths VOL. III. Mafes's Sine Principio; or, || Reason can exercise itfelf upon.

the Meaning of the Names and | Vol. IX. The Data in Chriftianily, Titles of God; with an Intro- || Part II, duction to thew the Nature of the Vol. X. The Human Frame ; or, Fall, of Paradise, and of the Body | Agents that circulate the Blood exand Soul.

plained. Vol. IV. The Confufion of Tongues, || VOL. XI. Glory Mechanical ; or, The

and Trinity of the Gentiles ; being Agents of Nature, and Manner of an Account of the Origin of Ido their Agency explained, in Confir. Jatry, Confusion of Languages, and macion of the Principia. With a thereby Loss of Natural Philosophy Treatise on the Columns before the in the Heathen World, which is Temple, {to thew that the System preserved in the Bible.

was represented there, and it's Me. VÖL. V. Power Essential and Mecha chanical Powers claimed to God.

nical ; or, what Power belongs to Vol. XII. A Collection of several God, and what to his Creatures ; in Tracts. On the Instints in the which the Deaga of Sir Isaac New. several Orders of Creatures. On ton, and Dr Samuel Clarke, is laid! Mining. Observations on Things open,

under-ground. With IN D E X E S.

· LONDON: Printed for JAMES HODGES, at the Looking-glass, over

against St Magnus Church, London-Bridge. 1749.

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