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An illustration of the hypothesis proposed in the dissertation on the origin and composition of our three first canonical gospels : with a preface, and an appendix, containing miscellaneous matters. The whole being a rejoinder to the anonymous author of the remarks on Michaelis and his commentator.

Title:An illustration of the hypothesis proposed in the dissertation on the origin and composition of our three first canonical gospels : with a preface, and an appendix, containing miscellaneous matters. The whole being a rejoinder to the anonymous author of the remarks on Michaelis and his commentator.
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Note:Printed by R. Watts, 1803
  
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Subject:Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Subject:Michaelis, Johann David, 1717-1791. Introduction to the New Testament
Subject:Synoptic problem
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