Martindale, Miles. A Dictionary of the Holy Bible: To which is added, An Account of the Methodist Episcopal Church in America, by the Rev. Nathan Bangs
Martindale, Miles. A Dictionary of the Holy Bible: To which is added, An Account of the Methodist Episcopal Church in America, by the Rev. Nathan Bangs
Martindale, Miles. A Dictionary of the Holy Bible: To which is added, An Account of the Methodist Episcopal Church in America, by the Rev. Nathan Bangs
Martindale, Miles. A Dictionary of the Holy Bible: To which is added, An Account of the Methodist Episcopal Church in America, by the Rev. Nathan Bangs

Martindale, Miles. A Dictionary of the Holy Bible: To which is added, An Account of the Methodist Episcopal Church in America, by the Rev. Nathan Bangs

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Martindale, Miles. A Dictionary of the Holy Bible: containing a Biographical Account of the Persons, a Geographical Account of the Places; and the proper pronunciation of all their Names: with Literal, Critical, and Systematical Descriptions of other Objects, &c. To which is added, An Account of the Methodist Episcopal Church in America, by the Rev. Nathan Bangs. New-York: N. Bangs and T. Mason, for the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1823. 

Full tree calf, raised bands to spine ruled in gilt, black calf spine title label, 5 1/2 x 9 inches, thin chip top of spine, outer hinges rubbed but secure. Lacks the bottom third of the half title page. 681 pp. with 2 pp. publisher's advert. Binding tight; foxing throughout. Very good. Full calf.  [4726] 

Revised and Corrected by the Rev. Joseph Benson.

Miles Martindale (1756-1824), English Wesleyan author and itinerant minister. He was self-taught in French, Latin, and Greek, and after spending 27 years in itinerancy he was appointed governor of Woodhouse Grove School in Yorkshire.

The title continues: Whether Natural or Artificial, Civil, Religious, or Military, mentioned in the writings of the Old and New Testaments, or the books called Apocrypha: wherein is also explained the various significations of the most expressive appellations in Scripture: forming a body of Scripture History, Chronology, and Divinity.