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Burnet, Thomas - The Sacred Theory of the Earth, 1719 (ESTC T132064)
The Sacred Theory of the Earth: Containing an Account of the Original of the Earth, And of all the General Changes which it hath already undergone, or is to undergo, till the Consummation of all Things. In Two Volumes. The Two First Books Concerning the Deluge, And Concerning Paradise. The Two Last Books Concerning the Burning of the World, And Concerning the New Heavens and New Earth. With a Review of the Theory, and of its Proofs; especially in reference to Scripture. The Fourth Edition. In which is added, the Author’s Defence of the Work, from the Exceptions of Mr. Warren. And an Ode to the Author by Mr. Addison.
The Fourth Edition
Place of Publication:
Printed for John Hooke, at the Flower-de-luce against St. Dunstan's-Church in Fleet-street
Volume II includes A Review of the Sacred Theory of the Earth, And of its Proofs: Especially in Reference to Scripture; An Answer to the Exceptions Made by Mr. Erasmus Warren, Against the Sacred Theory of the Earth, The Second Edition (cf. ESTC T132061); A Short Consideration of Mr. Erasmus Warren’s Defence of His Exceptions Against the Theory of the Earth: In a Letter to a Friend (cf. ESTC N46021); and A Relation of the Proceedings at Charter-House, Upon Occasion of King James the IId His presenting a Papist To be admitted into that Hospital In Vertue of His Letters Dispensatory, The Second Edition (cf. ESTC T168651).