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Religious emblems :
being a series of emblematic engravings, with written explanations, miscellaneous observations and religious reflections, designed to illustrate divine truth, in accordance with the cardinal principles of Christianity /
by William Holmes, and John W. Barber.

APA Citation

Holmes, W., Barber, J. Warner. (1850). Religious emblems: being a series of emblematic engravings, with written explanations, miscellaneous observations and religious reflections, designed to illustrate divine truth, in accordance with the cardinal principles of Christianity. New Haven: J. W. Barber.

MLA Citation

Holmes, William, and John Warner Barber. Religious Emblems: Being a Series of Emblematic Engravings, With Written Explanations, Miscellaneous Observations And Religious Reflections, Designed to Illustrate Divine Truth, In Accordance With the Cardinal Principles of Christianity. New Haven: J. W. Barber, 1850.

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