A key to the Greek Testament: Part the first, comprehending the text of the Gospel of St. John, and an interlineary translation, with a preface explanatory of the principles and practice of the Hamiltonian system: executed under the immediate direction of James Hamilton

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Printed by N. Bliss, 1824 - 152 pages
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