he has a form and figure; that he has all sour] limbs or parts, but not as wanting them; that he is, in space vacuity or nothing, as the Sun is in the air; & that he is the heart of the universe, pouring forth, from himself as from a centre, the vital and in-corporeal power. The author afterwards seems to consider God as the interior of the cubical universe (Homil. XVII, p. 722– 724, Coteler.)

St. Melito, bishop of Sardis about A. D. 175, maintained, as afterwards Tertullianus did, that God is corporeal. (vid. Coteler.

p. 428, nott. in Patres Apostolicos). p. 22, to the end of note 9, add: Observe too, that, according to

Photius, Clemens, in his hypotypôses, affirmed that matter is

eternal. vid. testimonia in Clem. Alex. p. antepenult. p. 29, to the end of line 15, add (as a note): Perhaps the insertion of

these two words “or Nature" may be a fault of the printer's : for it is said, that Meyer, when translating Spinoza's Ethica into Latin, used to change the word "Nature" into “God". vid. Le Clerc, ap. Mosheim. ad Cudworth. vol. 1, p. 272, note 1. p. 33, line 2, read: --- tom. 3, p. 30), is equally false and dis

-gusting. [but see Nahum, ch. 1, v. 3]. p. 41, line 3, and under the rule, transpose the notation and the

notes. p. 50, line 1, read : - - - Dec , place; eee , run; -.

In the fourth Appendix. p. 11, add (as a note to the end of line 26): I know not what is meant by the “ vera religio Prudentum,” but I suppose it is the religion of statesmen, lawyers, bankers, &c. Other works, which have a similar title to this of Rechenberg's, are “ Joh. Petri Grü-nenbergii, theologi Rostoch., de atheorum religione prudentum;" & “ Frid. Ernesti Kettneri religio prudentum ---," (vid. Fabr.,

B. Gr., vol. 7, p. 118). p. 15, at the end of note 5, add: Yet he was himself considered as

a heretic, and was publickly refused the Sacrament. p. 23, line 1, read:--given, at the articles “Atheism”, “Atheists”;

and “God”, in that --p. 24, line 19, reud: Matthew


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Preface, &c. - - - - - - - - -
A Life of Plutarchus, - - - - - -
Wyttenbach's prefatory note, &c. --
Plutarchus on Superstition ----
Observations on Theophrastus -----
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