|Title:||Divine eloquence, or, An essay upon the tropes and figures contained in the Holy Scriptures and reduced under the proper titles & rhetorick also several texts of Scripture which fall in with the figures are briefly interpreted, especially those which seem to favour the papist or the Socinian.|
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Divine eloquence, or, An essay upon the tropes and figures contained in the Holy Scriptures and reduced under the proper titles & rhetorick also several texts of Scripture which fall in with the figures are briefly interpreted, especially those which seem to favour the papist or the Socinian.
London: Printed by J.H. for Luke Meredith ..., 1694.
Attributed by Wing to Norwood.
Reproduction of the original in the Merton College Library, Oxford University.
Bible -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Rhetoric -- 1500-1800.
A PREFACE TO THE READER.
Divine Eloquence: OR, AN ESSAY Upon the Tropes & Figures Contained in the Holy Scriptures.
Four kinds of a Trope.
Metonymy of the Mat∣ter.
Metonymy of the Ef∣fect.
Metonymy of the Sub∣ject.
Metonymy of the Adjunct.
Of Figures in the Repetition of the same Sound.
Figures in reference to a sentence, are such as affect the whole sentence, not with∣out some emotion of the Soul.
Of Figures which we sometimes make use of in a way of Dialogue.
These following are called secondary Figures of a word.
Secondary Figures in a Sentence.