The Primævity and Preeminence of the Sacred Hebrew: Above All Other Languages, Vindicated from the Repeated Attempts of the Reverend Dr. Hunt to Level it with the Arabic, and Other Oriental Dialects; in a Letter to a Friend. With a Word in the Preface to Dr. Shuckford. By Benjamin Holloway, LL.B.
printed at the Theatre for S. Parker, and E. Withers, London, 1754 - Hebrew language - 97 pages
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