A Discourse Concerning the Confusion of Languages at Babel: Proving It to Have Been Miraculous, from the Essential Difference Between Them, Contrary to the Opinion of Mons. Le Clerc, and Others; With an Enquiry Into the Primitive Language, Before That Won

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Interpreters both Chri/tian and jewi/h and the latter has been efpoufed by leveral very good and religious, as well as very learned and ingenious Men; who look upon it to be equally the Work of God, whether they quarrelled with one another by his Command, or parted for Want of Underfianding one another's Speech.

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