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BELCHER, William
Intellectual electricity, novum organum of vision, and grand mystic secret: namely, that the present state of things is the consequence of an incipient change in human nature itself: ... Being an experimental and practical system of the passions, metaphysics, and religion, really genuine: accompanied with appropriate extracts from Sir Isaac Newton, Dr. Hartley, Beddoes, and others: with medical observations rising out of the subject. By a rational mystic.
London: sold at the office, No. 333, Oxford-Street: by Lee and Hurst; Stewart; Young; and at 51, Goodge-Street, [1798].
[8], 184 p. ; 22.6 cm. (8°)

Anonymous. The conclusion is signed W.B., i.e. William Belcher, and dated October 1798. Price at foot of title-page '4s. in Boards'. The 'Office' at 333, Oxford Street is the office of 'Mystics and Intellectual Electricity'. Printed on blue paper. ESTC n7696.

Copy Notes Inscribed in pencil on pastedown 2s-6d. Inscribed in ink on title-page 1798.

Binding Original late C18th bookseller's blue boards, without spine-label.

Reference Number 4533


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