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An illustration of the hypothesis proposed in the dissertation on the origin and composition of our three first canonical gospels. With a preface and an appendix, containing miscellaneous matters. The whole being a rejoinder to the anonymous author of theRemarks on Michaelis and his commentator 1 edition

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Herbert Marsh

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An illustration of the hypothesis proposed in the dissertation on the origin and composition of our three first canonical gospels. With a preface and an appendix, containing miscellaneous matters. The whole being a rejoinder to the anonymous author of theRemarks on Michaelis and his commentator
By Herbert Marsh ....

Published 1803 by printed by R. Watts ... and sold by J. Deighton, Cambridge; and F. & C. Rivington ... London in Cambridge .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

A reply to John Randolph's "Remarks on "Michaelis's Introduction to the New Testament : vols. III, IV, translated by the Rev. Herbert Marsh, and augmented with notes."

The Physical Object

Pagination
xxi, [3], 128, 79, [1]p. ;
Number of pages
128

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL18717000M

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