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A treatise on peace of soul, and content of mind. Written originally in French by Mr. Peter Du Moulin, the son. A work consisting of devotion, morality, divinity, and philosophy; adapted to every capacity, and equally proper for all Christians in general. First corrected, improved, and re-published with notes, by Mr. Sartoris. And now translated into English, with additional notes, in two volumes, by John Scrope, D.D. Rector of Castle-Combe, and Vicar of Kington St. Michael's, in the county of Wilts. ...

  • Du Moulin, Peter, 1601-1684.
Date
M.DCC.LXV. [1765]
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Also known as

Traité de la paix de l'âme et du contentement de l'esprit. English

Publication/Creation

Salisbury : printed by Edward Easton: and sold by Millar, in the Strand, Hawes, Clarke and Collins, and Baldwin, in Pater-noster Row, London; Fletcher and Prince, in Oxford; Leake and Frederick, at Bath; and Burrough, at Devizes, M.DCC.LXV. [1765]

Physical description

2 v. ; 80.

References note

ESTC T116731

Type/Technique

Languages

  • English


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