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Reflections upon the conduct of human life: with reference to learning and knowledge. In a letter to the excellent lady, the Lady Masham. By John Norris. To which is annex'd, a visitation sermon, by the same author.

Main Author: Norris, John, 1657-1711.
Related Names: Masham, Damaris Lady 1658-1708.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed for S. Manship, 1691.
Edition: The 2d ed.,
Subjects: Knowledge, Theory of.
Knowledge, Theory of.
Note: "A sermon preach'd in the abby church of Bath ... July 30, 1689" has special t.p., with imprint: London, Printed in the year 1691.
Physical Description: 7 preliminary leaves, 187 pages, 1 leaf, 189-220 pages 16 cm
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