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Homotropia naturæ. : A physical discourse, exhibiting the cure of diseases by signature. Whereunto is annexed, A philosophical discourse vindicating the soul's prerogative in discerning the truths of Christian religion with the eye of reason. / Written by R.B. &c.

  • Bunworth, Richard
Date:
1656
  • Books

About this work

Also known as

Physical discourse, exhibiting the cure of diseases by signature

Publication/Creation

London : Printed by J[ames]. C[ottrel]. and are to be sold by Jer. Hirons, at the Bottle in S. Paul's Church-yard, 1656.

Physical description

10 unnumbered pages, 64; 4 unnumbered pages, 90 pages, 8 unnumbered pages ; 12mo (13 cm)

Notes

First word of the title in Greek characters.
Author's name from ESTC; printer's name from t.p. of "Man in paradise."
"Man in paradise: or, A philosophical discourse vindicating the soul's prerogative in discerning the truths of Christian religion with the eye of reason. Printed at London by James Cottrel." has separate t.p. (preceded by blank leaf) and pagination.
First word of title transcribed from Greek.
Copy 1 Note: Part 2, Man in paradise, from variant ESTC R176545. Bound in 17th century blind-tooled sheep.

References note

Wing (2nd ed., 1994), B5478
ESTC R215065
ESTC R176545

Languages

  • English


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    EPB/A/16128

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