The Diverting History of the Count de Gabalis: Containing, 1. An Account of the Rosicrucian Doctrine of Spirits, Viz. Sylphs, Salamanders, Gnomes and Dæmons ; Shewing Their Various Influence Upon Human Bodies ... to which is Prefix'd Monsieur Bayle's Account of this Work and of the Sect of the Rosicrucians
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