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Samuel Johnson

An English and Hebrew grammar, being the first short rudiments of those two languages, taught together. To which is added, a synopsis of all the parts of learning. The second edition, Corrected and much amended by Samuel Johnson, D.D. late president of King’s-College, in New-York; now rector of Christ’s Church, at Stratford, New-England, and missionary from the society.

London: Printed for W. Faden, in Fleet-Street, 1771.
An English and Hebrew grammar, being the first short rudiments of those two languages, taught together. To which is added, a synopsis of all the parts of learning. The second edition, Corrected and much amended by Samuel Johnson, D.D. late president of King’s-College, in New-York; now rector of Christ’s Church, at Stratford, New-England, and missionary from the society. Library Average
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