Reflections upon ancient and modern learning: To which is now added a defense thereof, in answer to the objections of Sir W. Temple, and others. With observations upon the Tale of a tub. By William Wotton, B.D. Also, A dissertation upon the epistles of Themistocles, ... By R. Bentley, Part 4
Tim. Goodwin, at the Queen's Head, against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet, 1705 - Learning and scholarship - 541 pages
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