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Christianus per ignem. Or, A disciple warming of himself and owning of his Lord: with devout and useful meditations, fetch'd out of the fire, by a Christian in a cold season, sitting before it. A work though never out of season, yet more particularly, designed for the seasonable and profitable entertainment, of them that would well employ their liesure [sic] by the fire-side. [Three lines in Latin from Alsted]
- Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.
Thoughts upon thinking, or, a new theory of the human mind; wherein a physical rationale of the formation of our ideas, the Passions, Dreaming, and every Faculty of the Soul, is attempted upon principles entirely new. The second edition corrected and enlarged, wherein all the objections that have hitherto appeared, (especially those in the Monthly Review for January 1755, page 54) are fully considered and removed. By J. Richardson. Entered at the Stamp-Office according to Act of Parliament.
- Richardson, J., of Newent.
- MDCCLXXIII.