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A curious hieroglyphick Bible, or, Select passages in the Old and New Testaments, represented with emblematical figures, for the amusement of youth : designed chiefly to familiarize tender age, in a pleasing and diverting manner, with early ideas of the Holy Scriptures : to which are subjoined, a short account of the lives of the Evangelists, and other pieces / illustrated with nearly five hundred cuts.

A curious hieroglyphick Bible, or, Select passages in the Old and New Testaments, represented with emblematical figures, for the amusement of youth : designed chiefly to familiarize tender age, in a pleasing and diverting manner, with early ideas of the Holy Scriptures : to which are subjoined, a short account of the lives of the Evangelists, and other pieces / illustrated with nearly five hundred cuts.

 
 
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Originally published: London : T. Hodgson, 1783.
Signatures: A-M⁶.
Evans 20961
Welch, D.A. Amer. children's books, 510
Rosenbach, A.S.W. Children's books, 128
ESTC W38300
Orig. ed. in BLC, v. 28, p. 501.
LAC ecr 2019-01-30 no edits (2 cards)

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