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Emmanuel Swedenborg
A Dictionary of Correspondences, Representatives, and Significatives, Derived From the Word of the Lord
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A Dictionary of Correspondences, Representatives, and Significatives, Derived From the Word of the Lord
Subtitle Extracted from the Writings of Emmanuel Swedenborg
Edition Ninth
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Massachusetts New-Church Union
Language English
Publication date 1887
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Place of publication Boston
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