Alkibla, a disquisition upon worshiping towards the east, by a master of arts of the University of Oxford [W. Asplin Pt.1.].

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J. Roberts, 1728 - 50 pages
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Page 27 - country, and truly if they had been mindful of that country from whence they came out, they might have had opportunity to have returned: but now they
Page 32 - Door of the Temple of the Lord, between the Porch and the Altar, were about five and twenty men, with their Backs towards the Temple of the Lord, and their Faces towards the
Page 21 - Behold the days come, faith the Lord, that I will raife unto David a righteous branch:
Page 48 - and Julian the Apoftate, as it appears by his Oration to the Sun ; whence it came to
Page 30 - for ye faw no manner of fimilitude on the day that the
Page 4 - they were wont to turn their Faces towards the EAST when they prayed to the Gods. And
Page 47 - in that regard •were many Laws made by the Church, to have no Conformity with them, no more than with the Heathens in their Orders, SO
Page 24 - our Diligence in the Service of God, in being more forward to

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