The Quaker's Defence of the People of England and Holland; in a Letter from Obadiah Gulliver to Isaac Ben Gideon the Jew, Occasioned by the ... the Visions of Aaron the Son of Adriel. ...

Obadiah Gulliver

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Obadiah Gulliver is a pseudonym. "Isaac ben Gideon" was the pseudonymous publisher of The visions of Aaron. Also issued as part of: 'The temple of fame: or, the Sc--d---l---s chronicle for the year 1748'.

London : printed for E. Pen, [1747]. 28p. ; 8°

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Udgivet 10/06-2010
ISBN13 9781170679821
Forlag Gale ECCO, Print Editions
Antal sider 36
Mål 189 × 246 × 2 mm
Vægt 82 gram
Sprog Engelsk