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GREEK AND GALIC LANGUAGES.
BY JAMES GRANT, Esq. ADVOCATE.
PRINTED BY B. MILLAN, HENRIETTA-STREET, COVENT-GARDEN;
TOR G. G. J. AND J. ROBINSON, PATER-NOSTER-ROW;
M DCC LXXXV.
ORIGIN of Society
Origin of Language
Origin of Property
Origin of Government
Origin of Jurifdi&tion
Origin of Marriage
Page 84, lines 5 & 6, For, were made the chief, read,
were made by the chief.
169, 1. 21 & 22, For, by the obligee, as a fecurity of performance of his engagement to the obligor, read, by the obligor, as a fecurity of performance of his engagement to the obligee.
ND the Lord God planted a garden eastward in Eden; and there he put the ❝man whom he had formed: and out of the "ground made the Lord God to grow every "tree that is pleasant to the fight, and good "for food *."
"AND God faid, Behold, I have given you 66 every herb bearing feed, which is upon the "face of all the earth; and every tree, in the
*Genefis, ch. ii. v. 8, 9.