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" ... and that no man might buy or fell, fave he that had the mark, or the name of the beaft, or the number of his name. "
The history of the Waldenses and Albigenses - Page iv
by Thomas Taylor - 1793
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A Collection of Theological Tracts, Volume 4

Richard Watson - Theology - 1791
...on the earth, by the means of <£ thofe miracles which he had power to do. — And he caufeth— ** that no man might buy or fell, fave he that had the mark or the *' name of the beaft." Rev. xiii. 2. 5, 6, 7, 8. 12, 13, 14. 16, 17. And the kings of the earth " have one mind, and...
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Anthologia Hibernica: Or Monthly Collections of Science, Belles ..., Volume 4

History - 1794
...to confider the pope as anti-chrift, will recollect that St. John foretold of the beait, " that BO man might buy or fell, fave he that had the mark, or the name of the bead, or the number of his name." Rev. xiii. «7t The miferable лу/etches expofed to excite compaffion in the.ftreets...
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Letters During the Course of a Tour Through Germany, Switzerland, and Italy ...

Robert Gray - Europe - 1794 - 468 pages
...are inclined to confider the pope as antichrift, will recoiled that St. John foretold of the beaft, " that no man might buy or fell, fave he that had the mark, or the name of the beaft, or the number of his name." Rev. xiii. 17. t The miferable wretches expofed to excite compaffion...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 3

English literature - 1794
...Reformed Churches, — a confummation devoutly to be wifhed, to which the Church of England is fincerely buy or fell, fave he that had the mark, or the name of the beaft, or the number of his name." Rev. xiii. 17. * The miferable wretches expofed to excite companion...
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 3

1794
...Reformed Churches, — я confummation devoutly to lie wifhed, to which the Church of England is fincerely buy or fell, fave he that had the mark, or the name of the beaft, or the number of his name." Rev. xiii. 17. • The miferable wretch« expofed to excite companion...
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The Signs of the Time; Or the Overthrow of the Papal Tyranny in France: The ...

James Bicheno - Bible - 1794 - 70 pages
...poor, free and bund, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their forehead, and that that na man might buy or fell fave he that had the mark * or the ^number of his name. There is certainly a difficulty in fo under' (landing this part of the defeription,...
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A General and Connected View of the Prophecies Relating to the Times of the ...

Edward William Whitaker - 1795 - 283 pages
...rich " and poor, free and bond, to receive " a mark in their right hand, or in their *' foreheads, and that no man might " buy or fell, fave he that had the mark *' or the name of the beaft, or the nurn*' ber of his name." For what was this image which was made to the beaft, but the...
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Conjectures on the prophecies of Daniel and the Apocalypse of st. John ...

1795
...and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their forehead. Verfe 17. " And that no man might buy or fell, fave he that had the mark, or the name of the beaft, or the number of his name. Verfe 18. " Here is wifdom, let him that hath underftanding count...
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The Ruin of Rome: Or, An Exposition Upon the Whole Revelation. Wherein is ...

Arthur Dent - Bible - 1798 - 468 pages
...openly declare, that he acknowledged the Pope of Rome to be lord of his faith. Moreover it is added, ' That no man ' might buy or fell, fave he that had the * mark, or the name of the beaft, or rhe * number of his name;' the meaning is, that no man .might traffic in the world, or have...
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Discourses Relating to the Evidence of Revealed Religion, Volume 3

Joseph Priestley - Apologetics - 1799
...prophecies concerning it. In Rev. xiii. i, the beaft, which reprefents this power, "caufes that no man mould buy or fell, fave he that had the mark, or the name of the beaft, or the number of his name." In Dan. vii. 25, it is faid to " wear out the faints of the moft...
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