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" And every living substance was destroyed which was upon the face of the ground, both man, and cattle, and the creeping things, and the fowl of the heaven; and they were destroyed from the earth: and Noah only remained alive, and they that were with him... "
Radical Discourses on Religious Subjects: Delivered in Music Hall, Boston, Mass - Page 106
by William Denton - 1872 - 332 pages
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An abstract of the historical part of the Old Testament [by E. Harley].

Edward Harley - 1730 - 332 pages
...Bead, and of every creeping Thing that creepeth upon the Earth, and every Man. 22 All in whofe Noftrils was the Breath of Life, of all that was in the dry Land, died. 23 And every living Subftance was deftroyed which was upon the Face of the Ground, both Man, and Cattle,...
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An abstract of the historical part of the Old Testament [by E ..., Volume 1

Edward Harley - 1735 - 764 pages
...Beaft, and of every creeping Thing that creepeth upon the Earth, and every Man. 22 All in whofe Noftrils was the Breath of Life, of all that was in the dry Land, died. 23 And every living Subftance was deftroyed which was upon the Face of the Ground, both Man, and Cattle,...
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Universal Magazine of Knowledge and Pleasure, Volume 4

1749 - 386 pages
...every creep• ing thing that creepeth upon the • earth, and every man. — All in whole noftrils was the breath of life, of all • that was in the dry land, died.-—'• And every living fubftance was de ftroyed which was upon the face of the ground, both man, and cattle, • and...
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Considerations on the Theory of Religion: In Three Parts... To which are ...

Edmund Law - Religion - 1755 - 512 pages
...Projbpopceia; of which more under Rev. vi. 9. &c. A. ie a livingPerfon.vG<77.vii.22.Allinwhofc noftrils was the breath of Life, of all that was in the dry land, died. iCor.xv.47. The firfl Man is of the earth, earthy. Gen. \\.j. Man became a living Soul. Perfons are...
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Considerations on the theory of religion. To which are added two discourses ...

Edmund Law (bp. of Carlisle.) - 1774 - 504 pages
...Gen. ii. 7. Man became a living foul. Anfo. ie A living perfon. Gen. vii. 22. All in whofe noftrils was the breath of life, of all that was in the dry land, died, i Cor. xv. 47. The firft man is of the earth, earthy. III. Perfons are faid to go, or be gathered to...
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A Dissertation on the Duty of Mercy and Sin of Cruely to Brute Animals

Humphrey Primatt - Animal welfare - 1776 - 354 pages
...and of CATTLE, and of BEAST, and of every CREEPING THING that creepeth upon the Earth, all in whofe NOSTRILS was the BREATH of LIFE, of all that was in the dry land *, died. The Brutes then have the Breath of Life in their Noftrih, as well as Men. The GOD that made the World...
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A Dissertation on the Antiquity of the Earth: Read at the Royal Society ...

James Douglas - Earth - 1785 - 130 pages
...mention is made whatever of the inhabitants of the deep. CHAP. VII. VERSE 22. All in whofe nojtrils was the breath of life, of all that was in the dry land died. VERSE 23. And every living fubftance was deJlroyed which was upon the face of the ground \ both man...
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Insecto-theology: Or, a Demonstration of the Being and Perfections of God ...

Friedrich Christian Lesser - Botany, Economic - 1799 - 468 pages
...bead, and of every " thing that creepeth upon the earth, and of every * man ; all in whofe noftrils was the breath of life^ " of all that was in the dry land died." GEN, vii. 21,22. David alfo exprefles himfelf in the vme manner, fpeaking of the death of animals...
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Morsels of Criticism: Tending to Illustrate Some Few Passages in ..., Volume 3

Edward King - Bible - 1800 - 548 pages
...and of every creeping thing that creepetb upon the earthy and EVERY man. 11. ALL In wbofe nojlrils was the breath of life, of ALL that was in the dry land, died. 23.- And EVERY living fubftance was deJlroyed which was ufon the face of the ground^ both man, and...
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Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Review, Volume 71, Part 1

Early English newspapers - 1801 - 848 pages
...that crcepctli u])ora the earth, and EVERY man, ALL in whole nolirils was the lire;) I h of life, i of ALL that was in the dry land, died. And EVERY living uibiiance was deJlroyed which was upon the face of the ground, both men and cattle, and the - creeping...
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