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Grey, Richard, 1694-1771. - A new and easy method of learning Hebrew without points., 1738 (ESTC T65832)
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 short notes critical and explanatory. The whole design'd for the more speedy and perfect attainment of the Hebrew tongue. By Richard Grey, D. D. Rector of Hinton in Northamptonshire.
Place of Publication:
Printed by W. Bowyer, for J. Stagg in Westminster-Hall.