Origines Sacrae Or a Rational Account of the Grounds of Natural and Revealed Religion: To which is Added Part of Another Book Upon the Same Subject, Left Unfinished by the Author : Together with a Letter to a Deist, Volume 2
University Press, 1836 - 542 pages
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