"Men may have a general persuasion that they are under the eye of God: and this is in the thoughts of all; -- I do not say actually, but in respect of the principle of it that lies in them; which, if it may freely act itself, will make them know it and consider it, Ps. xciv."
"And in his own days, notwithstanding the differences between them, the aged and learned Jerome tells him, Epist. xciv.,"
"By J.R. Sen. London: M. DCC.XXXIV. (pp. iii-v; xciv; c; cxiv.)"