Observations Upon the Plagues Inflicted Upon the Egyptians: In which is Shewn the Peculiarity of Those Judgments, and Their Correspondence with the Rites and Idolatries of that People. To which is Prefixed, a Prefatory Discourse, Concerning the Grecian Colonies from Egypt
T. Hamilton and R. Ogle, 1810 - 392 pages
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