The throne of David :
from the consecration of the shepherd of Bethlehem, to the rebellion of Prince Absalom, being an illustration of the splendor, power, and dominion of the reign of the shepherd, poet, warrior, king,and prophet, ancestor and type of Jesus, in a series of letters addressed by an Assyrian ambassador, resident at the court of Saul and David, to his Lord and King on the throne of Ninevah, wherein the glory of Assyria, as well as the magnificence of Judea, is presented to the reader as by an eye witness /
by J. H. Ingraham.
|Main Author:||Ingraham, J. H. 1809-1860.|
Boston : Roberts Brothers, 1866.
King of Israel
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