The divine legation of Moses demonstrated : on the principles of a religious deist, from the omission of the doctrine of a future state of reward and punishment in the Jewish dispensation. In six books

Warburton, William, 1698-1779, author
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  • Creator by William Warburton, A. M., author of The Alliance between Church and State
  • Format Books
  • Contributors
  • Publication London : Printed for Fletcher Gyles, against Gray's Inn in Holborn, 1738-1741.
  • Physical Details
    • 2 volumes, VI leaves of plates (some folded) : illustrations ; 21 cm
  • OCLC ocm08129791

Notes

  • Both volumes were printed by William Bowyer; his records show 1000 copies of volume 1 and 1500 copies of volume 2 printed.
  • "The second volume in two parts."--Title page of volume 2. Volume 2, part 2 has half title only. Pagination and register are continuous.
  • "Future rewards and punishments believed by the ancients" is by John Tillard (See: Halkett S. Dictionary of anonymous and pseudonymous publications (3rd ed.)).
  • Includes errata (Volume 1, leaf c⁴ verso and page 443 ; Volume 2, leaf b² verso).
  • Volume 1: 2 unnumbered pages, xliv pages, 8 unnumbered pages, 443 pages, 1 unnumbered page ; Volume 2, Part 1: xxviii pages, 8 unnumbered pages, 357 pages, 1 unnumbered page, VI leaves of plates (2 folded) ; Volume 2, part 2: pages 358-678, 72 pages.
  • Signatures: Volume 1: A⁸, a⁸-b⁸ c⁴, B⁸-2E⁸ 2F⁴, 2G² -- Volume 2, part 1: A⁸, a⁸, b², B⁸-Z⁸, 2A³ -- Volume 2, part 2: 2A⁴⁻⁸, 2B⁸-2U⁸, 2X⁴ (-2X⁴), a⁸-d⁸, e⁴.
  • Includes bibliographical references.
  • English short title catalogue, T133104
  • Maslen, Keith and John Lancaster. Bowyer ledgers, 2485
  • Maslen, Keith and John Lancaster. Bowyer ledgers, 2938
  • Halkett, S. Dictionary of anonymous and pseudonymous publications in the English language (3rd ed.)

Contents

  • Volume 1: Books I-III -- Volume 2: Books IV-VI ; An appendix: containing, some remarks on a late book, intituled, Future rewards and punishments believed by the ancients, particularly the philosophers; wherein some objections of the Reverend Mr. Warburton, in his Divine legation of Moses, are considered / [J. Tillard?]
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