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The soule is immortall, or, Certaine discourses defending the immortalitie of the soule against the limmes of Sathan : to wit, Saducees, Anabaptists, atheists and such like of the hellish crue of aduersaries / written by Iohn Iackson.

Author/Creator:
Jackson, John, active 1611.
Publication:
Imprinted at London : by W.W. for Robert Boulton dwelling in Smithfield neere Long [land?], 1611.
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Book
1 online resource ([8], 183 pages)
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Early English books online
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Certaine discourses defending the immortalitie of the soule against the limmes of Sathan
Subjects:
Immortality -- Christianity -- Early works to 1800.
Soul -- Early works to 1800.
Notes:
Caption title of first part reads: Guilermus Houppelandus: Of the immortalitie of the Soule.
Consists of translations or paraphrases of works of Guillaume Houppelande, Palingenius in Capricorne [sic], Athenagoras, and Xenocrates.
Error in paging: 169 lacking in number only.
Signatures: A-L8, M7.
Item at reel 1312:3 identified as STC 13850 (number cancelled).
Reproductions of originals in the Bodleian Library and Emmanuel College (University of Cambridge) Library.
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999- (Early English books online) Digital version of: (Early English books, 1475-1640 ; 1312:3 and 1949:5) s1999 miun s
Cited in:
STC (2nd edition) 14297a.3
Contributor:
Houppelande, Guillaume, d. 1492.
Xenocrates, of Chalcedon, ca. 396-ca. 314 B.C.
Athenagoras, 2nd cent.
Palingenio Stellato, Marcello, approximately 1500-approximately 1543.
OCLC:
39960804
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