Elements of Hebrew Grammar: To Which Is Prefixed a Dissertation on the Two Modes of Reading, with or Without Points by Charles Wilson

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Charles Wilson
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Excerpt from Elements of Hebrew Grammar: To Which Is Prefixed a Dissertation on the Two Modes of Reading, With or Without Points

The first edition of this Grammar was pub lished in the year 1782, while Dr. Wilson was Professor of Hebrew in the University of St. Andrews. - A sound understanding, and an elegant taste, improved by an extensive ao quaintance with the best writers both in the ancient and modern languages, qualified him eminently for such a task, and enabled him to exhibit the Elements of Hebrew Literature in a manner that must be highly gratifying to those whose minds have been opened to views of universal grammar.

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