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A dissertation on the scripture expressions, the angel of the Lord, and the angel of Jesus Christ, proving that the word angel is put to signify on these occasions material bodies, and not spirit: Interspersed with many other Curious Observations quite new; and Containing a full Answer to a late Essay on Spirit, which is calculated to set aside the Doctrine of the Trinity in Unity.

London: Printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater Noster-Row., 1752.
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A dissertation on the scripture expressions, the angel of the Lord, and the angel of Jesus Christ, proving that the word angel is put to signify on these occasions material bodies, and not spirit: Interspersed with many other Curious Observations quite new; and Containing a full Answer to a late Essay on Spirit, which is calculated to set aside the Doctrine of the Trinity in Unity. Library Average
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