Catalog Record: The precepts of Jesus, the guide to peace and happiness, extracted from the books of the New Testament ascribed to the four evangelists. To which are added the first, second, and final appeal to the Christian public, in reply to the observations of Dr. Marshman | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The precepts of Jesus, the guide to peace and happiness, extracted from the books of the New Testament ascribed to the four evangelists. To which are added the first, second, and final appeal to the Christian public, in reply to the observations of Dr. Marshman ... by Rammohun Roy.

Main Author: Rammohun Roy, Raja, 1772?-1833.
Related Names: Marshman, Joshua 1768-1837.
Language(s): English
Published: New York, B. Bates, 1825.
Edition: From the London ed.
Subjects: Jesus Christ > Words.
Unitarianism.
Note: "The precepts of Jesus," "An appeal to the Christian public" and "Second appeal" have each special t.p.
Physical Description: xix, 318 p. front. (port.) 22 cm.
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