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Title The old paths, or, A comparison of the principles and doctrines of modern Judaism with the religion of Moses and the prophets.
Additional Titles Old paths.
A comparison of the principles and doctrines of modern Judaism with the religion of moses and the prophets.
נתיבות עולם.
Publisher London : Duncan
Creation Date 1836-1837
Notes Attributed to Alexander McCaul. Cf. NUC pre-1956.
Papers first published weekly with title also in Hebrew.
Includes bibliographical references.
Extent 4 v. in 1 (pt. 2-5)
22 cm.
Language English
National Library system number 990020795840205171

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