Cęsarea. The island of Jersey, its history, constitution [&c.], with a tour round the coast. To which is added, its antiquities and the biography of eminent men

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Baker, 1840
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Page 307 - That I have great heaviness, and continual sorrow in my heart. For I could wish that myself were accursed from Christ, for my brethren my kinsmen according to the flesh...
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Page 302 - The Hebrew text of the parallel prophecies of Jacob and Moses, relating to the Twelve Tribes ; with a translation and notes : and the various lections of near forty MSS.
Page 302 - The Samaritan- Arabic Version of those Passages, and part of another Arabic Version made from the Samaritan Text, neither of which have been before printed ; (2) A Map of the Land of Promise...
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