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The Resource Spinoza reviv'd: : or, A treatise, proving the book, entitled, The rights of the Christian Church, &c., in the most notorious parts of it, to be the same with Spinoza's Rights of the Christian clergy, &c. And that both of them are grounded upon downright atheism. To which is added, A preliminary discourse relating to the said books, by the Reverend Dr. George Hicks

Spinoza reviv'd: : or, A treatise, proving the book, entitled, The rights of the Christian Church, &c., in the most notorious parts of it, to be the same with Spinoza's Rights of the Christian clergy, &c. And that both of them are grounded upon downright atheism. To which is added, A preliminary discourse relating to the said books, by the Reverend Dr. George Hicks

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Spinoza reviv'd: : or, A treatise, proving the book, entitled, The rights of the Christian Church, &c., in the most notorious parts of it, to be the same with Spinoza's Rights of the Christian clergy, &c. And that both of them are grounded upon downright atheism. To which is added, A preliminary discourse relating to the said books, by the Reverend Dr. George Hicks
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Spinoza reviv'd:
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or, A treatise, proving the book, entitled, The rights of the Christian Church, &c., in the most notorious parts of it, to be the same with Spinoza's Rights of the Christian clergy, &c. And that both of them are grounded upon downright atheism. To which is added, A preliminary discourse relating to the said books, by the Reverend Dr. George Hicks
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eng
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Spinoza reviv'd: : or, A treatise, proving the book, entitled, The rights of the Christian Church, &c., in the most notorious parts of it, to be the same with Spinoza's Rights of the Christian clergy, &c. And that both of them are grounded upon downright atheism. To which is added, A preliminary discourse relating to the said books, by the Reverend Dr. George Hicks
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The Rights of the Christian Church was written by Matthew Tindal; The Rights of the Christian clergy, written under the pseudonym of Lucius Antistius Constans, often attributed to Spinoza, was probably by P. de la Court
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179 p.
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Contemporary paneled blind-tooled sprinkled calf; title in gilt on red leather spine label.
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  • (OCoLC)22886920
  • ucoclc22886920
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Spinoza reviv'd: : or, A treatise, proving the book, entitled, The rights of the Christian Church, &c., in the most notorious parts of it, to be the same with Spinoza's Rights of the Christian clergy, &c. And that both of them are grounded upon downright atheism. To which is added, A preliminary discourse relating to the said books, by the Reverend Dr. George Hicks
Publication
Note
The Rights of the Christian Church was written by Matthew Tindal; The Rights of the Christian clergy, written under the pseudonym of Lucius Antistius Constans, often attributed to Spinoza, was probably by P. de la Court
Extent
179 p.
Note
Contemporary paneled blind-tooled sprinkled calf; title in gilt on red leather spine label.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)22886920
  • ucoclc22886920

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