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The doctrines of heathen philosophy compared with those of Revelation / by Joseph Priestley ...

Main Author: Priestley, Joseph, 1733-1804.
Related Names: Jefferson, Thomas 1743-1826, former owner.
Language(s): English
Published: Northumberland [Pa.] : Printed by John Binns, 1804.
Subjects: Unitarian Universalist churches > Doctrines.
Romans > Religion.
Revelation.
Philosophy and religion.
Philosophy, Ancient.
Interfaith relations.
Greeks > Religion.
Christianity.
Philosophy > history.
Christianity.
Unitarian Universalist churches > Doctrines.
Philosophy and religion.
Philosophy, Ancient.
Revelation.
Christianity and other religions > Roman.
Christianity and other religions > Greek.
Note: LC copy forms part of the Jefferson Exhibit Collection.
With 2 dedications. To Rev. Joseph Berington (p. [i]-iv); to Joshua Toulmin (p. [6-9] at end.).
Signatures: a⁸ A-R⁸ S⁶.
LC copy is Thomas Jefferson's with his initial at signature I. With the Library of Congress's 1815 bookplate.
Physical Description: [2], xii, 276, [10] p. ; 23 cm (8vo)
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