A Critical and Philosophical Enquiry Into the Causes of Prodigies and Miracles, as Related by Historians: With an Essay Towards Restoring a Method and Purity in History. ... In Two Parts, Volume 1
Thomas Corbett, 1727 - 137 pages
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