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Mr. Halhed's speech [March 31, 1795] in the House of Commons :
his reply to Dr. Horne's Sound argument & common sense, with cursory observations on the Age of credulity, and his calculation on the millenium : with a paper containing remarks on the departure of the Israelites from Egypt, and the possibility of their being again called this year, on Monday, May the 4th, 1795 : with a correct copy of the letter from Mr. Brothers to Philip Stevens, esq., with his answer in the year 1790 : the curious trial of Mr. Brothers on a statute of lunacy, and a short account of the different parts of Mr. Brothers's prophecys, which have been fulfilled.

APA Citation

Halhed, N. Brassey. (1795). Mr. Halhed's speech [March 31, 1795] in the House of Commons: his reply to Dr. Horne's Sound argument & common sense, with cursory observations on the Age of credulity, and his calculation on the millenium : with a paper containing remarks on the departure of the Israelites from Egypt, and the possibility of their being again called this year, on Monday, May the 4th, 1795 : with a correct copy of the letter from Mr. Brothers to Philip Stevens, esq., with his answer in the year 1790 : the curious trial of Mr. Brothers on a statute of lunacy, and a short account of the different parts of Mr. Brothers's prophecys, which have been fulfilled. London: Printed for G. Riebau and J. Wright.

MLA Citation

Halhed, Nathaniel Brassey, 1751-1830. Mr. Halhed's Speech [March 31, 1795] In the House of Commons: His Reply to Dr. Horne's Sound Argument & Common Sense, With Cursory Observations On the Age of Credulity, And His Calculation On the Millenium : With a Paper Containing Remarks On the Departure of the Israelites From Egypt, And the Possibility of Their Being Again Called This Year, On Monday, May the 4th, 1795 : With a Correct Copy of the Letter From Mr. Brothers to Philip Stevens, Esq., With His Answer In the Year 1790 : the Curious Trial of Mr. Brothers On a Statute of Lunacy, And a Short Account of the Different Parts of Mr. Brothers's Prophecys, Which Have Been Fulfilled. London: Printed for G. Riebau and J. Wright, 1795.

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