The precepts of Jesus : the guide to peace and happiness; extracted from the books of the New Testament ascribed to the four evangelists. : To which are added, the first, second, and final appeal to the Christian public in reply to the observations of Dr. Marshman ... (Book, 1823) [WorldCat.org]
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The precepts of Jesus : the guide to peace and happiness; extracted from the books of the New Testament ascribed to the four evangelists. : To which are added, the first, second, and final appeal to the Christian public in reply to the observations of Dr. Marshman ...
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The precepts of Jesus : the guide to peace and happiness; extracted from the books of the New Testament ascribed to the four evangelists. : To which are added, the first, second, and final appeal to the Christian public in reply to the observations of Dr. Marshman ...

Author: Rammohun Roy, Raja; London Unitarian Society.
Publisher: [London] : Calcutta, printed. Reprinted by the Unitarian Society, and sold by R. Hunter, 72, St. Paul's Churchyard; David Eaton, 187, High Holborn; and C. Fox and Co. 33, Thread-needle Street., 1823.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Named Person: Jesus Christ; Joshua Marshman; Rammohun Roy, Raja; Jesus Christ.; Joshua Marshman
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rammohun Roy, Raja; London Unitarian Society.
OCLC Number: 1026934219
Notes: "The precepts of Jesus," "An appeal to the Christian public" and "Second appeal" have each special t.p.
"G. Smallfield, printer, Hackney."--Title page verso.
Description: xxviii, 318 pages ; 23 cm
Responsibility: by Rammohun Roy.

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