Lot 325 of 377:
Essay towards eviction of the being and attributes of God  

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Title:
A Philosophicall Essay Towards an Eviction of the Being and Attributes of God
Author:
Ward, Seth
Place:
Oxford
Publisher:
Printed by A. & L. Lichfield and sold by John Crosley & Amos Curteyne
Date:
1667
Description:

8vo, contemporary blind-ruled sheep.  Fourth Edition.

Ward (1617-1689) was a Bishop of Exeter and Salisbury, best known for his work as an astronomer and his theory of planetary motion.

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Condition:
Later bookplate of William Urquhart on the front pastedown. Edges rubbed; tape on the spine; some browning.
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Item number:
305233
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