An answer to Mr. de Fontenelle's History of oracles.
Jean François Baltus
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An answer to Mr. de Fontenelle's History of oracles.

In which Mr. Van-Dale's system concerning the authors of the heathen oracles, and the cause and time of their silence, is confuted: and the opinion of the Fathers upon that subject vindicated. Tr. from the French. With some reflections upon the remarks of Mr. Le Clerc, in his Bibliotheque choisie ... By a priest of the Church of England. To which is prefix'd a letter to the translator

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An answer to Mr. de Fontenelle's History of oracles.

In which Mr. Van-Dale's system concerning the authors of the heathen oracles, and the cause and time of their silence, is confuted: and the opinion of the Fathers upon that subject vindicated. Tr. from the French. With some reflections upon the remarks of Mr. Le Clerc, in his Bibliotheque choisie ... By a priest of the Church of England. To which is prefix'd a letter to the translator

This edition was published in by H. Clements in London.


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"Catalogue of authors cited": 33d-36th prelim leaf.

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