A letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of London containing queries, doubts and difficulties, relative to a vernacular version of the holy scriptures. Being an appendix to a prospectus of a new translation of the Bible, from a corrected text of the originals, &c. by the Reverend Alexander Geddes, L.L.D. by Alexander Geddes

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