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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 mistranslations, and reconciling seeming contradictions. Preview this item
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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 mistranslations, and reconciling seeming contradictions.

Author: Thomas Stackhouse
Publisher: Edinburgh, Printed for A. Donaldson, and J. Wood MDCCLXV-LXVII.
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Stackhouse, Thomas, approximately 1680-1752.
New history of the Holy Bible.
Edinburgh, Printed for A. Donaldson, and J. Wood; [etc., etc.] MDCCLXV-LXVII
(OCoLC)760369382
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Stackhouse
OCLC Number: 3375845
Notes: Vols. 1-4, 1767.
Vols. 5-6 have only special t.p.: A history of the New Testament of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, from His birth, to the establishment of Christianity ... Edinburgh, Printed by Sands, Murray, and Cochran for J. Meuros, Kilmarnock, MDCCLXV.
Description: 6 volumes frontispieces (v.1,4,6; v.1, portrait) plates, folded maps, plans (1 folded) 21 cm
Responsibility: By the Reverend Thomas Stackhouse.

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