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The examiners examined: : being a defence of The age of reason. : [One line in French from Leibnitz]

Author/Creator:
Palmer, Elihu, 1764-1806.
Publication:
New-York: : Printed for the author; and sold by L. Wayland and J. Fellows., --1794.-- (Copy-right secured.)
Format/Description:
Book
84 p. ; 19 cm. (12mo)
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Subjects:
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. Age of reason.
Contents:
Thoughts on the Christian religion
Remarks on the publications which have appeared in oppostion [sic] to The age of reason
The age of infidelity, by a layman, is the next in the order of attack against the fatal blow to fanaticism and priestcraft, The age of reason
A guide to reason, by Samuel Stillwell, is the fourth assault upon the ''fortress of deism.''
The New-York reviewer
Vindication of our author's character and writings, in answer to an anonymous publication in a Philadelphia paper
The address by the Reverend Uzal Ogden ... acompanying his proposals for printing ''The deist unmasked,'' ... is the last and most violent invective that has yet been published against the immortal work, entitled, ''The age of reason.''
Notes:
Attributed to Palmer in the Dictionary of American biography.
Signatures: pi2 A-F6 G4.
Error in paging: p. 37 misnumbered 57.
Penn Chronology:
1794
Cited in:
Evans 26954
OCLC:
185064890