|Creator:||Downame, George, d. 1634|
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Autograph manuscript transcribed by William Partridge. Pages 67-137 contain "A compendium of logick, according to the modern philosophy, extracted from Le-grand & others their systems." This is followed by shorthand notes. Given by Partridge to Timothy Edwards, and later owned by Jonathan Edwards when a student at Yale in 1718. A note in F. B. Dexter’s hand says the book was also used by Warham Mather. On the verso of the first leaf: "Jonathan Edward’s Book 1751."
1 v. ( p.) ; 15 cm.
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