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school of the prophets by Assad"u"llah Mirza.

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Published by Bahai Publishing Society in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English


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Statementby Mirza Assad"u"llah ; tr. from the original Persian by Ameen"u"llah Fareed (Mirza Ameen) ; with an introduction by Edwin Hartley Pratt.
ContributionsFareed, Ameen Ulla, 1882-
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Open LibraryOL16649839M
LC Control Number07042319

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