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(just published,) Wonderful relations; being a serious inquiry concerning the nature, subsistence, and operations of the soul, or spirit of man, immediately after the death of the body: Proving from Scripture, &c. That the Soul is an immaterial Substance; subsisting, and intelligent in a Separate State, after Death, either in happiness or misery: and that it hath a power and fitness to come again and revisit its friends, on particular occasions, if God permit. Fully confirmed in this Edition, By twelve wonderful, yet well attested Relations of Apparitions, Dreams, &c. By which some hidden things have been discovered, sudden Death forewarned of, and some prevented, &c. Extracted from the Works Of the learned Mr. Flavel, Dr. Moore, Mr. Baxter, and others. By J. W. author of the Evening conference between Christ and Nicodemus.
- Wakelin, J.
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London : printed by H. Trapp, No. 1, Paternoster-Row; and sold by J. Wakelin, No. 3, King's-Head Court, Shoe-Lane; and J. Dodd, at the Bible, in West-Streat, Seven Dials, 1784.
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