An Answer to the Reverend Mr. Warburton's Divine Legation of Moses, in Three Parts: In which are Considered, I. Some of His Quotations from the Ancients. II. His Manner of Reasoning: And, III. His Notion of Moral Obligation
R. Manby, over against the Old-Bailey, on Ludgate-Hill., 1743 - 302 pages
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