Thirty four conferences between the Danish missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans ... in the East Indies, concerning the truth of the Christian ... by the heathens to the said missionaries

 
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Conferences between the Bramans and Bartholomaeus Ziegenbalg who apparently wrote the reports. With a half-title. Includes: 'A letter from the missionaries to their friend in Europe' signed: B. Ziegenbalg and J. E. Grundler. A prospectus was issued in

London : printed for H. Clements, W. Fleetwood, and J. Stephens, 1719. [8],xxii,[2],352p. ; 8°

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