[BOYLE (ROBERT)]  Some Considerations about the Reconcileableness of Reason and Religion. By T.E. A Layman. To Which is Annex'd by the Publisher, A Discourse of Mr. Boyle, About the Possibility of the Resurrection, 2 parts in one vol.
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BOYLE (ROBERT)] Some Considerations about the Reconcileableness of Reason and Religion. By T.E. A Layman. To Which is Annex'd by the Publisher, A Discourse of Mr. Boyle, About the Possibility of the Resurrection, 2 parts in one vol.
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[BOYLE (ROBERT)]
Some Considerations about the Reconcileableness of Reason and Religion. By T.E. A Layman. To Which is Annex'd by the Publisher, A Discourse of Mr. Boyle, About the Possibility of the Resurrection, 2 parts in one vol., first edition, sectional title, top margin trimmed close occasionally touching headline pagination, marginal tears on two leaves without loss, Coram bookplate, contemporary sheep, rebacked [Wing B4024; Fulton 122], 8vo, T.N. Herringman, 1675
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