The Scripture History of the Jews and their Republick
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The Scripture History of the Jews and their Republick being a collection of what is most remarkable in the sacred writings,relating to the rise,establishment and declension of the Jewish nation;their laws and Courts of Justice, their Government civil and ecclesiastical,their customs,manners,etc. interspersedwith remarks divine and moral... by James Home

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Published by Printed by J.Watts,for the Author in London .
Written in English


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Statementby James Home,Esq..
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Open LibraryOL17238578M

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