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Two dissertations : I. Upon the origin, construction, division, and relation of languages. II. Upon the original powers of letters ; wherein is proved from the Analogy of Alphabets, and the Proportion of Letters, that the Hebrew ought to be read without points. To which is added, the second edition, enlarged, of a Hebrew grammar an lexicon, without points. By Gregory Sharpe, LL. D. Late Chaplain to his Royal Highness Frederick Prince of Wales. Preview this item
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Two dissertations : I. Upon the origin, construction, division, and relation of languages. II. Upon the original powers of letters ; wherein is proved from the Analogy of Alphabets, and the Proportion of Letters, that the Hebrew ought to be read without points. To which is added, the second edition, enlarged, of a Hebrew grammar an lexicon, without points. By Gregory Sharpe, LL. D. Late Chaplain to his Royal Highness Frederick Prince of Wales.

Author: Gregory Sharpe
Publisher: London : Printed for John Millan, near Whitehall, M. DCC. LI. [1751]
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Gregory Sharpe
OCLC Number: 642287424
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, [2], 118, [2];56,76, [52] pages, plates) : illustrations

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