Verzeichniss aller auf der Stadt-Bibliothek in Bern vorhandenen gedruckten Werke, Volume 1

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Page 205 - Les principales propositions du livre des Maximes des Saints, justifiées par des expressions plus fortes des saints auteurs , avec un avertissement sur les signatures des docteurs et sur les dernières lettres de M.
Page 240 - Bibliographie instructive, ou Traité de la connoissance des livres rares et singuliers, etc.
Page 441 - The Judgment of Whole Kingdoms and Nations, Concerning the Rights, Power, and Prerogative of Kings, and the Rights, Privileges, and Properties of the People: Shewing, The Nature of Government in general, both from God and Man.
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