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THE USES OF THE DEFINITIVE ARTICLE,
IN THE GREEK TEXT.

OF THE NEIW TESTAMENT,
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Auctoribus quidem ad istam sententiam quam vis obtineri uti optimis
possumus;–et primum quidem omni antiquitate.
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ADVERTISEMENT.

TimesE Letters being merely supplemental to Mr. Sharp's Remarks”, cannot well be understood without some knowledge of that work. The following extract will supply what is most necessary; and I make it the rather, because I understand that it is already very difficult to procure a copy of Mr. Sharp's pamphlett.

“Rule I. When the copulative xzi connects two mouns of the same case [viz. nouns (either substantive, or adjective, or participles) of personal description respecting office, dignity, affinity, or connection, and attributes, properties or qualities good or ill] if the article 6, or any of it's cases, precedes the first of the said nouns or participles, and is

* “Remarks on the Uses of the Definitive Article in the Greek Text of the New Testament; containing many new proofs of the Divinity of Christ, from passages which are wrongly translated in the common English Version, by Granville Sharp, Esq. Durham, 1798.”

+ Further information may be obtained by consulting the British Critic for Jan. 1800. I do not know that the work has yet been noticed by any other Review. See also Musei Qxoniensis Fascicul. secund.

Londini 1797. 70t

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