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An essay for a new translation of the Bible. Wherein is shewn from reason, and the authority of the best commentators, interpreters, and criticks, that there is a necesity for a new translation
Bib ID 704557
Format BookBook
Author
Le Cene, Charles, 1647?-1703
 
Edition 2nd ed., corrected. 
Description London : Printed for R. Gosling, F. Clay, D. Browne and A. Ward, 1727 
[16], 304, [18] p.: 21 cm. (8vo) 
Notes

A translation by Hugh Ross of Lecene's Project d'une nouvelle version of francoise de la Bible. Rotterdam, 1696.

In two parts. Pt 2 begins on p. 139.

"To which is added, a table of the texts of scripture contain'd in both parts."

Dedication signed H.R.

Advertisement: p. [18] at end.

Index: p. [1-17] at end.

Subjects Bible -- Versions.
Other authors/contributors Ross, Hugh, 18th century

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