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Notes on the Book of Numbers

by Mackintosh, Charles Henry

Condition: Average


London: Pickering and Inglis, 1936. . 435 pages, by an early Brethren writer. Edges and endpapers foxed. Undated.. Cloth. Average.


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Cloth
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foxed
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edges
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