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The theological works of the most pious and learned Henry More, D.D. sometime Fellow of Christ's College in Cambridge :
containing An explanation of the grand mystery of godliness. An enquiry into the mystery of iniquity. In two parts. A prophetical exposition of the epistles to the seven churches in Asia. A discourse of the grounds of faith in points of religion. An antidote against idolatry. An appendix to the Antidote against idolatry. To which are adjoin'd, some divine hymns. According to the author's improvements in his Latin edition.
|Main Creator:||More, Henry, 1614-1687.|
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London : Printed and sold by Joseph Downing in Bartholomew-Close near West-Smithfield, MDCCVIII 
Includes: 'A modest enquiry into the mystery of iniquity,' 1705; 'Synopsis prophetica; or, the second part of the Enquiry,' 1706; 'A prophetical exposition of the seven epistles,' 1706; 'An antidote against idolatry,' and 'An appendix to the late Antidote,' 1706, each with a separate titlepage.
Pagination omits pages numbers 377-378 and 387-388, but the text and register are continuous.
With bookplate of W. B. Yeats on front pastedown.
Some pencil markings; the number '3' is entered beside passages on pages 143, 144, 281, 286-287, 319-21 [not entered by Yeats].
Physical description: , xiv, 376, 379-856 pages,  leaf of plates : frontispiece (portrait) ; 38 cm.
Citations/References: A descriptive catalog of W. B. Yeats's library, Edward O'Shea. - New York ; London : Garland, 1985, page 182.
|Contained in:||W. B. Yeats Library|
YL 1380: From the Library of W. B. Yeats.