Observations on Blackburns historical view of the controversy concerning an intermediate state
|Creator:||Rutherforth, T. (Thomas), 1712-1771|
1765 October 26
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Thomas Rutherforth was a Church of England clergyman and moral philosopher who taught at Cambridge and was appointed to the Regius Chair of Divinity there in 1756. His major publications were A System of Natural Philosophy (1748) and Institutes of Natural Law (1754, 1756).
Binding: contemporary quarter-calf over marbled boards.
Manuscript fair copy, corrected, in Rutherforth's hand, of four controversial letters. The third contains commentary on Blackburne's contribution to the "controversy regarding an intermediate state". The letters are preceded by a table of contents, and all are signed with the initials "T.R."
1 v. (96 p.) ; 21 cm.
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