A Hebrew grammar, without points: designed to facilitate the study of the scriptures of the Old Testament, in the original; and particularly adapted to the use of those who may not have instructors. John Smith.
A Hebrew grammar, without points: designed to facilitate the study of the scriptures of the Old Testament, in the original; and particularly adapted to the use of those who may not have instructors

A Hebrew grammar, without points: designed to facilitate the study of the scriptures of the Old Testament, in the original; and particularly adapted to the use of those who may not have instructors

Boston: printed by David Carlisle for John West, 1803. First edition, 8vo, pp. 56; modern brown morocco, gilt spine in 6 compartments; ex-Waterson Library with their bookplate, n o external markings; signature of H J Lombard on flyleaf, dated "Dartmouth College April 7th 1803," with a few ink corrections in the text by him, and a half page "Appendix" in manuscript on final page. Later biographical clipping of Smith on flyleaf, light foxing, very good and sound. Smith was himself a graduate and professor of Dartmouth. H. J. Lombard would spend time as preacher at Oneida County, NY. American Imprints 5067; American Jewish Bibliography 131. Not in Singerman. Item #56506

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