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Thomas Stackhouse

A new history of the Holy Bible: from the beginning of the world, to the establishment of Christianity. With answers to most of the controverted questions, dissertations upon the most remarkable passages, and a connection of profane history all along. To which are added notes, explaining difficult texts, rectifying mis-translations, and reconciling seeming contradictions. The whole illustrated with maps and sculptures.

London: Printed and sold, for the author, at J. Huggonson’s. Also, Printed for the author, and sold by T. Payne, and the booksellers in town and country., 1733.
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A new history of the Holy Bible: from the beginning of the world, to the establishment of Christianity. With answers to most of the controverted questions, dissertations upon the most remarkable passages, and a connection of profane history all along. To which are added notes, explaining difficult texts, rectifying mis-translations, and reconciling seeming contradictions. The whole illustrated with maps and sculptures. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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