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An hebrew and English lexicon, without points: in which The Hebrew and Chaldee Words of the Old Testament are explained in their Leading and Derived Senses, The Derivative Words are ranged under their respective Primitives, and The Meanings assigned to each Authorised by References to Passages of Scripture. To this work is prefixed a methodical Hebrew grammar, Without points; Adapted to the Use of Learners, and of those who have not the Benefit of a Master: also, The Hebrew Grammar, at One View. By John Parkhurst, M. A. Late Fellow of Clare-Hall, Cambridge.
London: Printed by and for W. Faden, in Wine-Office-Court, Fleet-Street, 1762.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Valentine Nutter||1/29/1802||3/16/1802||Parker's H Lexicon|
|Israel Wilkes||4/8/1802||4/30/1802||P H Lexicon|