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Parau no Iesu Christ te Temaidi no te Atua : e no te mou pipi nona
Bib ID 822877
Format BookBook
Description Sydney : Printed by G. Howe, 1814 
75 p. ; 18 cm. 
Summary

A summary of the Gospels and Acts in Tahitian.

Notes

First dated work in Tahitian.

Outline and selections of New Testament, compiled and translated by J. Davies and H. Nott.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 594

Newbury p xvii

O'Reilly, 5816

Subjects Bible. - Gospels - Abridgments.  |  Bible. - Acts - Abridgments.  |  Tahitian language.
Also Titled

Bible. New Testament. Tahitian. Selections.

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