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THE
HISTORY

OF THE .
WORKS of the LEARNED,

POR THE
Year One Thousand Seven Hundred

and Thirty-nine.

CONTAINING
IMPARTIAL Accounts and ACCURATE

ABSTRACTS of the most valuable
Books published in Great-Britain
and Foreign Parts.

INTERSPERS’D WITH

DISSERTATIONs on several curious and enter-

taining Subjects, Critical Reflections, and
Memoirs of the most eminent Writers in
all Branches of polite Literature.

V’o L. I.

LONDON:
Printed for JACOB ROBINSON, under the Inner.

Temple Gate in Fleet-Street. MDCCXXXIX,

12-29 Y BIO

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H I S T OR Y

. OF THE WORKS of the LEARNED. For JANUARY, 1739.

ARTICLE I. To the Author of the History of the Works of

the Learned. A Vindication of the Jews and their Religion, from the Calumnies of the Egyptian, the Greek, and the Roman Writers.

- Cupientes lædere dente Offendunt solido.

Horat. Τετο τους πολλοίς ετέροις συμβέβηκεν δια την των ενίων

δυσμενεί αν διμαι γινώσκειν τις πλέον ταϊς Ισορίαις εντυγχάνοντας.

Jofeph. contra Appionem. · By CHARLES LAMOTTE, D.D.

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