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Letters between the late Mr. Gilbert Burnet, and Mr. Hutchinson

Burnet, Gilbert

Letters between the late Mr. Gilbert Burnet, and Mr. Hutchinson

concerning the true foundation of virtue ... Formerly published in the London journal. To which is added, a preface and a postscript, wrote by Mr. Burnet ...

by Burnet, Gilbert

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Published by printed by W. Wilkins in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 7021, no. 09.
ContributionsHutcheson, Francis, 1694-1746.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationviii,85,[3]p.
Number of Pages85
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16839011M

(By Mark Burden) The following bibliography covers the period , and includes texts which mention Henry More by name. Henry Hill, A Dialogue between Timotheus & Judas () [book advertisement only] John Hall, Poems () Charles Hotham, An Introduction to the Teutonick Philosophie () Charles Hotham, A True State of the Case of Mr. Hotham, late . Lady Mary Wortley Montagu (née Pierrepont; 15 May – 21 August ) was an English aristocrat, writer, and Mary is today chiefly remembered for her letters, particularly her letters from travels to the Ottoman Empire, as wife to the British ambassador to Turkey, which Billie Melman described as "the very first example of a secular work by a woman about the .

John Nichols, Binding directions for Bibliotheca Topographica Britannica, vol. 3, Friday n° 40, July 19th, “The plan of this Number was suggested by a valuable collection of Letters that passed between Mr. R. Gale and some of the most eminent Antiquaries of his time, which had been presented by his grandson to Mr. George Allan of Darlington. BURNET, or BURNETT, originally BURNARD, a surname of Saxon Burnard, who settled in Teviotdale as early as , was the first of the name in Scotland. In the charter of the foundation of the abbacy of Selkirk by Earl David, younger son of Malcolm Canmore, Robertus de Rurnard is a witness, and he, or his son of the same name, is also witness in the same .

  Bibliography.-The chief authorities for Bishop Burnet's life are the autobiography "Rough Draft of my own Life" (ed. H.C. Foxcroft, Oxford, , in the Supplement to Burnet's History), the Life by Sir Thomas Burnet in the History of His Own Time (Oxford, , vol. vi.), and the History itself. A rather severe but detailed and useful criticism is given in L. v. Ranke's . An elegy upon the late blessed monarch King Charles II and two panegyricks upon Their present sacred Majesties, King James and Queen Mary written by Mr. Durfey. (London: Printed for Jo. Hindmarsh, ), by Thomas D'Urfey (HTML at EEBO TCP).


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James Waddesworth and the said William Bedell Author: Burnet, Gilbert, Francis Hutcheson (/ ˈ h ʌ tʃ ɪ s ən /; 8 August – 8 August ) was a philosopher born in Ulster to a family of Scottish Presbyterians who became known as one of the founding fathers of the Scottish is remembered for his book "A System of Moral Philosophy".Hutcheson was an important influence on the works of several significant.

Letters Between the Late Mr. Gilbert Burnet and Mr. Hutchinson, Concerning the True Foundation of Virtue or Moral Goodness () English Philosophical Texts Online is developed and maintained by Amyas Merivale, as part of a project run by Amyas Merivale and Peter Millican at the University of Oxford.

He returned to England, probably in the late autumn ofand died at Peckham, a suburb of London, 27 Nov,a He was probably buried in London, The notice of liis death in the Gentleman's Magazine, vol.

61, part 2, p.describes him as " Mr. Gilbert De Blois, late of Boston, New England, mercht.". Scripture - the Bible statute-book - a book that contains the laws and regulations of a community- beadle - a minor church official who ushers or helps preserve order during services staff of office - the symbol of a person's rank and position in the local government sumptuary - a type of law that focuses on personal behavior.

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English literature - English literature - The Restoration: For some, the restoration of King Charles II in led many to a painful revaluation of the political hopes and millenarian expectations bred during two decades of civil war and republican government.

For others, it excited the desire to celebrate kingship and even to turn the events of the new reign into signs of a divinely. February, Stephen Gardiner; Edward Foxe, “XXXII.A Letter from Gardiner and Fox, about Their Proceedings at Cambridg. An Original.”, in Gilbert Burnet, The History of the Reformation of the Church of England, first part (Of the Progress Made in It during the Reign of K.

Henry the VIII.), London: Printed by T. for Richard Chiswell, [ ], publishedOCLCbook. Four letters between Gilbert lord bishop of Salisbury and Mr. Henry Dodwell, on occasion of Mr. Dodwell's resolution to leave the nonjurors, and return to the communion of the church of England.

() Works about Burnet "Burnet, Gilbert," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (–) in 63 vols. For contemporary awareness of this debt (and sometimes criticism of it), see John Beaumont, Considerations on a Book, Entituled The Theory of the Earth (London, ); John Keill, An Examination of Dr.

Burnet’s Theory of the Earth, Together with some Remarks on Mr. Whiston’s New Theory of the Earth (Oxford, ), pp. 11–12,37; Robert St. "Letters between the late Mr. G. Burnet and Mr. Hutcheson",London Journal [collection publ.

]. Hutchesoni Oratio Inauguralis: De Naturali Hominum Socialitate, [English trans: "On the natural sociability of man: inaugural oration", Lib] Considerations on Patronage Addressed to the Gentlemen of Scotland, Inthe young Hutcheson wrote a letter (now lost) to Clarke criticizing his proof of God in A Demonstration of the Being and Attributes of God () (Scott, Francis Hutcheson, 15–16).

[]Gilbert Burnet (ed.), Letters Between the Late Mr. Gilbert Burnet, and Mr. Hutcheson.A Life of Gilbert Burnet, Cambridge, [with full bibliography]. Compton, Henry. Episcopalia, or Letters to the Clergy of his Diocese. Cosin, John.

The Works of, now first collected. 5 vols. (Library of Anglo-Catholic Theology.) Oxford, –