A Seasonable Discourse Written by Mr. Iohn Dury Upon the Earnest Requests of Many, Briefly Shewing These Particulars 1. What the Grounds and Method of Our Reformation Ought to be in Religion and Learning. 2. How Even in These Times of Distraction, the Worke May be Advanced. By the Knowledge of Orientall Tongues and Jewish Mysteries. By an Agency for Advancement of Universall Learning. Published by Samuel Hartlib
R. Woodnothe, 1649 - 28 pages
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