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GREY, Richard (1694--1771)
A new and easy method of learning Hebrew without points. To which is annex'd, by way of praxis, the Book of Proverbs, divided according to the metre: with the masoretical reading in roman letters, the interlinear version of Santes Pagninus, &c. a grammatical analysis, and notes critical and explanatory. The whole design'd for the more speedy and perfect attainment of the Hebrew tongue. By Richard Grey, D.D. ...
London: printed by W. Bowyer, for J. Stagg, 1738.
11, [1], cxxii, [2], 24, 64, 73--80, 73--80, 89--96, 89--211, [3] p. ; 20.5 cm. (4º)

Pages 65--72, 81--88 misnumbered 73--80, 89--96 respectively; text is continuous despite pagination. ESTC t65832.

Binding C18th Cambridge-style blind-panelled calf, spine-label missing, paper spine-label at foot ink-lettered 'Hebrew/ Dr Grey'.

Reference Number 4599


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