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Ru dao chu xüe / Ni Weisi ji
入道初學 / 倪維思輯
Bib ID 1826856
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Nevius, John L. (John Livingston), 1829-1893
 
Online Versions
Description Shanghai : Mei hua shu guan, Guangxü geng chen [1881] 
上海 : 美華書館, 光緖庚辰 [1881] 
29 p. ; 19 cm. 
Notes

Special collection from London Missionary Society.

On double leaves, oriental style, in case.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-45263490

Subjects Bible -- Study and teaching  |  Theology, Practical.  |  Preaching.

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Copy: 2 copies in one case
Asian Collection Reading Room
Fragile item. Please use digital copy via 'Online version' link.
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