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Discourses touching the antiquity of the Hebrew tongue and character. I. An examination of certain arguments that have been lately urged in proof of the primævity of the Hebrew tongue. With remarks on Mr Holloway’s manner of spiritualizing Hebrew proper names, in his Letter and spirit, &c. II. Some account of the correspondence between Dr Chandler, late Bishop of Durham, and Mr Holloway, upon the primævity and pre-eminence of the Hebrew: with a reply to Mr Holloway’s late treatise on that subject, so far as it concerns his Lordship. III. An enquiry into the force of Mr Holloway’s arguments to prove that the ancient Hebrew letters were not the same as those which are now called the Samaritan. With a remark on what he says of the Samaritan shekels. By Thomas Sharp, D. D. archdeacon of Northumberland, and prebendary of Durham.
London: Printed for J. Knapton, in Ludgate-Street , 1755.