Catalog Record: De statu mortuorum & resurgentium tractatus. Of the state of the dead, and of those that are to rise | Hathi Trust Digital Library


De statu mortuorum & resurgentium tractatus. Of the state of the dead, and of those that are to rise / translated from the Latin original of Dr. Burnet... ; With an answer to all the heresies therein. By Matthias Earbery...In two volumes...

Main Author: Burnet, Thomas, 1635?-1715.
Related Names: Earbery, Matthias. , Amhurst, N. 1697-1742., Foxton, Thomas 1697-1769., Morgan, Joseph miscellaneous writer. , Addison, Joseph 1672-1719., Simon, Richard 1638-1712.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed for E. Curll in the Strand, 1728.
Edition: The second edition
Subjects: Eschatology.
Note: "Divinity books printed for E.Curll":v. 1, p. [245-246];"A catalogue of books printed for H. Curll": v.2, 16 p. at end.
Frontispiece engraved by M. Burg, after Fuller.
Vol. [2] has title:...Of the state of those that are to rise...The last part. London: Printed in the year M. DCC. XX. VIII.
Physical Description: 2 v. in 1 ([12],244,[2];[2],131,[9],38,[2],48 [1] leaf of plates) : ill. ; 19cm.
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