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WOLSELEY, Sir Charles (1629/30--1714)
The unreasonablenesse of atheism made manifest. In a discourse written by the command of a person of honour.
London: printed for Nathanael Ponder, and are to be sold at his shop, 1669.
197, [3] p. ; 16.5 cm. (8º)

Anonymous. By Sir Charles Wolseley. Wing W3314; ESTC r12641.

Copy Notes Imperfect; wanting first leaf bearing an engraved bookseller's device on recto and an imprimatur on verso. Annotation in ink in an early hand with a reference to p. 71 on end free-endpaper.

Binding C18th goatskin, blind double-ruled borders and spine, without spine-label.

Reference Number 4821


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