The Holy Bible :
containing the Old and New Testaments; and also the Apocrypha : translated out of the original tongues, with annotations.
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Birmingham : Pearson and Rollason, 1788.
The Apocrypha is appended to the Old Testament.
Frontispiece representing Adam and Eve in Paradise. With 39 plates designed by Haughton and others after Raphael, Velasquez, Michelangelo, Vanloo, and Zampieri: engraved by Hancock, Hicks, and others. A reprint of Baskerville's folio of 1763 with his annotations amended and increased, and arranged in the form of footnotes. Preceded by a preface, and by ;one page of tables [missing in the James White Library copy]. Last signature 9D1, followed by two pages containing information to purchasers, by an index to the Bible, and by a list of subscribers. Signatures continuous.
The second part has special t.-p.: The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ ... Birmingham, Pearson and Rollason, 1788.
Physical description: 1 v. (unpaged), 39 plates. : ill ; 28 cm.
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