The surprizing appearance of a ghost, with the message he brought from the unseen and eternal world being a brief paraphrase and improvement (agreeable to our time and day) on the 4th chap. of Job, the 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, & 21st verses : viz. I. On the appearance of a spirit to Eliphaz : II. On the holiness and justice of God, and the pride and imperfection of man (ver, 17.) : III. On the distrust of God towards his rational creatures, more especially man (ver. 18, 19.) : IV. On the destruction of man, occasioned by mortality (ver. 20.) : V. On the excellency of man and it's [sic] defects, without true wisdom (ver. 21.) : VI. A poem on the day of judgment : VII. Another, on the transcendent joys of heaven.
Printed by Fowle and Draper,
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