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Common-Prayer not common sense, in several places of the Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, French, Latin, and Greek translations of the English liturgy. Being a Specimen of Reflections upon the manifold Omissions, Additions, Misconstructions, Deviations from the Compilers Sense, and Capital as well as Comical Errors of the Press, in all, or most of the said Translations, some of which are printed at Oxford, and the rest at Cambridge or London; and from thence dispers'd not only thro' these Kingdoms, but all over the World by the Merchants, as if they were as Faultless as the Original; but apparently shewn to be otherwise, to any Person that has a tolerable Knowledge either of Latin or French. By Mr. Ozell.

  • Ozell, John, -1743.
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London : printed for J. Peele, at Locke's Head in Pater-Noster-Row, [1722]

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62p. ; 8⁰.

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ESTC T99429



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