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HUTCHINSON, Francis (1660--1739)
A short view of the pretended spirit of prophecy, taken from its first rise in the year 1688, to its present state among us. Together with some observations upon their doctrines and pretended miracles, and examples of such like delusions in the world. By Francis Hutchinson, D.D. Minister of Bury St. Edmunds in Suffolk.
London: printed for J. Morphew, 1708.
[4], 60 p. ; 17.2 cm. (8°)

ESTC t48236.

Copy Notes Bound in a collection after five other pamphlets on the subject of prophesy published between 1707 and 1709 (q.v.; q.v.; q.v.; q.v.; q.v.).

Binding C18th blue paper boards, paper spine-label lettered in ink 'Prophetical / Warnings'. Later numbered '38' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 4156


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