Cheshire antiquities, Roman, baronial, and monastic: a re-publ. of orig. copper plates, engr. by J. Strutt, with descriptions &c. By C. Hulbert

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Page 55 - Now therefore in the sight of all Israel the congregation of the LORD, and in the audience of our God', keep and seek for all the commandments of the LORD your God...
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