Richard Brothers

Richard Brothers Richard Brothers (25 December 1757 – 25 January 1824) was an early believer and teacher of British Israelism, a theory concerning the Lost Ten Tribes of Israel. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Brothers, Richard
Published 1795
London --Printed in the year of Christ 1794: New London, re-printed by S. Green; for Fellows & Adams, and L. Wayland, of N. York
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by Brothers, Richard
Published 1795
Printed by Francis & Robert Bailey, at Yorick's Head, no. 116, High-Street

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by Brothers, Richard
Published 1795
Printed for Robert Campbell, no. 40, South Second Street

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by Brothers, Richard
Published 1795
Printed for Robert Campbell, no. 40, South Second-Street

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by Brothers, Richard
Published 1795
[printed in the year of Christ [sold at G. Riebau's]

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by Brothers, Richard
Published 1795
printed by M. Ritchie, for B. Crosby, No. 4, Stationers Court, Ludgate Street

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by Brothers, Richard
Published 1794
Printed by C. Whittingham, for B. Crosby, No. 4, Stationers Court, Ludgate Street

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by Brothers, Richard
Published 1798
London: printed by G. Riebau, No. 439, Strand. Edinburgh: reprinted, with permission, and sold by J. Robertson, No. 4 Horse-Wind, and No. 4. Leith-Street, opposite the terrace

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by Brothers, Richard
Published 1795
printed for G. Riebau, No. 439, Strand; and sold by J. Wright, Dorset-Street, Manchester-Square; H. Wood, No. 9, Worcester-Street, Ratcliffe-Highway; Parsons and Symonds, in Paternoster-Row

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by Brothers, Richard
Published 1796
printed for G. Riebau, No. 439, Strand: and sold by J. Wright, Dorset-Street, Manchester Square; W. Bryan, No. 2, Ivv-Place, Hoxton; H. Wood, No. 9, Worcester-Street, Ratcliffe-Highway; Parsons and Symonds, Paternoster-Row