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The deity of Jesus Christ essential to the Christian religion: a treatise on the divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ

Author: Jacques Abbadie; Abraham Booth
Publisher: Burlington, N.J. : Printed by S.C. Ustick, for Thomas Ustick, no. 79, North Third Street, Philadelphia., March, 1802.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : A new ed. of the English translation,View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Subscribers' lists
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Named Person: Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ.
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jacques Abbadie; Abraham Booth
OCLC Number: 318912254
Notes: According to the Dictionary of national biography, written as the third part of the author's: Traité de la verité de la religion chretiénne.
Two states noted. In one (Shaw & Shoemaker 1704), the edition statement on the title page ends with "London," followed by the Scripture text. The list of subscribers' names runs from p. [316-326], and is followed by the publisher's advertisement, p. [327-328]. In the other (Shaw & Shoemaker 1703), the edition statement on the title page ends with "Booth," followed by the Scripture text. The list of subscribers' names is incomplete, running from p. [316-324], and the publisher's advertisement is lacking.
"Subscribers' names," p. [316-326].
Publisher's advertisement, dated March 17, 1802, p. [327-328].
Description: 1 online resource (viii, [5], 14-313, [15] p.)
Other Titles: Traité de la divinité de Nôtre Seigneur Jesus Christ.
Shaw-Shoemaker digital edition
Responsibility: written originally in French by James Abbadie, D.D. and dean of Killaloe, in Ireland.

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