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By HERMAN WITSIUS, D.D.

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Professor of Divinity in the Universities of Franker, Utrecht, and Leyden ; and also Regent
of the Divinity College of the States of Holland and West-Friesland.

FAITH FULLY TRANSLATED FROM THE LATIN, AND CAREFULLY REvised,

By WILLIAM CROOKSHANK, D.D.

A NEW EDITION, WITH THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR.

IN TWO VOLUMES.

VOL. I.

LONDON :

PRINTED FOR T. TEGG & SON, CHEAPSIDE;

R. GRIFFIN AND CO., GLASGOW; T. T. AND H. TEGG, DUBLIN ;
ALSO
J. AND s, A. TEGG, SYDNEY AND HOBART TOWN.

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The famous HERMAN WITsius, Professor of Divinity at Utrecht, in Holland, and the author of a treatise entitled, “The Economy of the Covenants between God and Man,” and various other learned and theological tracts, was a writer, not only eminent for his great talents and particularly solid judgment, rich imagination, and elegancy of composition, but for a deep, powerful, and evangelical spirituality and savour of godliness: and we most heartily concur in the recommendation of his Works to serious Christians of all denominations, and especially to

Ministers, and candidates for that sacred office.

John Gill, D.D.
John WALKER, L.L. D.
THoMAs HALL.
John BRINE.
WILLIAM KING.

THoMAs Gibbons, M. A.

The late reverend, learned, and pious Mr. JAMES HER v EY, in his “Theron and Aspasio,” vol. ii. p. 366, having mentioned a work of the above Witsi Us, adds, “The Economy of the Cove

nants, written by the same hand, is a body of divinity, in its

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