The Student, and Intellectual Observer, Volume 5

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Groombridge and Sons, 1871
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Page 214 - Then said Abishai to David, God hath delivered thine enemy into thine hand this day : now therefore let me smite him, I pray thee, with the spear even to the earth at once, and I will not smite him the second time.
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