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reply to Mr. Clark"s defence of his letter to Mr. Dodwell

Anthony [Collins

reply to Mr. Clark"s defence of his letter to Mr. Dodwell

with a postscript relating to Mr. Miller"s answer to Mr. Dodwell"s epistolary discourse.

by Anthony [Collins

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  • Clarke, Samuel

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    Microcopy of the original in Harvard University Library.

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    Retribution in literature. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.. Broader terms: Retribution; Literature; Filed under: Retribution in literature Fatum und Nemesis in der dramatischen Dichtung: eine ästhetische Studie / (Neuberg: A. Prechter, ), by Johann Baptist Gerlinger (page images at HathiTrust) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.   "This letter I communicated to Mr. Dodwell when in town, which he thought clear enough for closing the schism, and I suppose in a short time he may have one to the same purpose." [26] On the 5th of March, Brokesby writes to a gentleman on the same subject for Dodwell, whose weak sight at that time prevented him from writing himself.

    'The Life of Mr. Henry Dodwell, with an Account of his Work ,' 2 vols. , 8vo. In this work, which was published after the author's death, he speaks (p. ) of the help Dodwell had given him in preparing his book on church government. Various Letters. Letter book, Accession , Miscellaneous reel 1 reel. Microfilm. Letter book, 23 October - 13 November , containing dispatches written from Richmond by journalist Peter Wellington Alexander () on various aspects of the Civil War. There are four weekly dispatches. Notations indicate that they were sent to London, England.

    NOTES: 1. Catharine Trotter (). Leibniz is referring to her book The Defence of Mr Locke's Essay on Human Understanding (). 2. Leibniz is here referring to Electress Sophie's letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury of November , in which she expressed her willingness to travel to England if it was wished of her: 'I am ready to do anything that my friends demand of me, supposing. Full text is unavailable for this digitized archive article. Subscribers may view the full text of this article in its original form through TimesMachine.


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Get this from a library. A reply to Mr. Clark's Defence of his letter to Mr. Dodwell.: With a postscript relating to Mr. Milles's answer to Mr. Dodwell's Epistolary discourse.

[Anthony Collins]. -- Third defense of an argument made use of in a Letter to Mr. Dodwell. Clarke, Samuel, -- -- Third defense of an argument made use of in A letter to Mr. Dodwell. Clarke published a refutation of the views of Henry Dodwell, and this drew in Collins, who wrote a Letter to Mr Dodwell in his defence.

By the sixth edition (), Clarke's own Letter to Mr Dodwell of had grown to pages, including the replies of Collins. A Letter to the learned Mr. Henry Dodwell, containing some Remarks on a (pretended) Demonstration of the Immateriality and Natural Immortality of the Soul (London ).

The second edition, corrected (London I ). A Reply to Mr. Clark's Difence of his Letter to Mr. Dodwell (London 17°7). The second edition, corrected (London I ).

Reflections on Mr. Varillas's history of the revolutions that have happened in Europe in matters of religion, and more particularly in his ninth book, that relates to England () A defence of the reflections on the ninth book of the first volume of Mr. Varillas's history of heresies; being a reply to his answer ().

views of personal identity, as found in VII.8, is a response to a challenge that Collins raises to Clarke in “An Answer to Mr. Clarke’s Third Defense of his Letter to Mr. Dodwell.” This is significant not just because this objection is usually—and consistently—taken to be an. views of personal identity, as found in VII.8, is a response to a challenge that Collins raises to Clarke in “An Answer to Mr.

Clarke’s Third Defense of his Letter to Mr. Dodwell.” This is significant not just because this objection is usually —and consistently—taken to be an.

Bitterly anti-clerical though he often was, in his last years two of his closest friends were local Anglican incumbents; a rebel and a writer of anonymous books that set the bench of bishops by the ears, he was, in Essex, for many years, not only a wealthy squire, but an active Justice and a pillar of established society; an amateur, without a.

A defence of the letter to the Reverend Mr. John Jackson. Occasioned by his Remarks on Dr. Middleton's Free Inquiry, &c. Being an answer to the appendix to the second edition of his Remarks. To which is added, A letter to Mr. Whiston, &c.

By the author of the letter Published: (). Abstract. About the time that Collins was writing his Essay on the Use of Reason he was involved in a long controversy with Samuel Clarke. This, unlike the two disputes already discussed, was part of a more general debate, that on whether the soul is material and whether it is possible for matter to think.

Life. He was born at Shottesbrooke, Berkshire, on 17 Junewas the second son and fifth child of Henry Dodwell the elder, the was educated at Trinity College, Oxford, where he took his degree of M.A.

in Dodwell became rector of Shottesbrooke, and vicar of White Waltham and Bucklesbury. Thomas Sherlock as bishop of Salisbury gave him a prebendal stall in Salisbury.

The Bishop of Bangor’s late Sermon and his Letter to Dr. Snape in Defence of it, Answer’d. A Second Letter to the Bishop of Bangor. A Reply to the Bishop of Bangor’s Answer to the Representation of the Committee of Convocation. Remarks upon A Late Book, Entituled, The Fable of the Bees.

A reply to Mr. William[']s his examination and answer of the letters sent to him by John Cotton. Similar Items The bloudy tenent, washed, and made white in the bloud of the Lambe:: being discussed and discharged of bloud-guiltinesse by just defence.

A letter to the Rev. John Jackson, occasioned by his remarks on Dr. Middleton's Free Inquiry into the miraculous powers, supposed to have subsisted in the christian. Discussed. As they are alledged from divers Scriptures, out of the Old and New Testament.

Wherein also the practise of princes is debated, together with the judgement of ancient and late writers of most precious esteeme.

Whereunto is added a reply to Mr. Williams answer, to Mr. Cottons letter. / by: Cotton, John, Henry Stubbe, A Reply unto the Letter written to Mr. Henry Stubbe in Defense of the History of the Royal Society () John Torbuck, Emerai par emeras, Extraordinary Dayes, Or, Sermons on the most Solemn Feasts and Fasts throughout the Year () Robert McWard, The True Non-conformist () Robert Boyle, Tracts () J.

C., An Account of Dr. Controversy. Dodwell's Parsenesis. His further Prospect, &c. Its Arguments. Death of Bishop Frampton. Death of Bishop Lloyd. Applications to Ken. His Reply. Wishes the Schism closed. Dodweil, Nelson, and Brooksby, return to the National Church. Hickes's Views.

Letters of Nelson and Brooksby. Dodwell's Case in Fact. Arguments. Dodwell's Death. The Life of Mr. Henry Dodwell, with an Account of his Work2 vols.8vo. In this work, which was published after the author's death, he speaks (p. ) of the help Dodwell had given him in preparing his book on church government.

Various Letters. Life. Dodwell was born in Dublin in His father, William Dodwell, who lost his property in Connacht during the Irish rebellion, was married to Elizabeth Slingsby, daughter of Sir Francis Slingsby and settled at York in Henry received his preliminary education at St Peter's School, York.

In he was sent by his uncle to Trinity College, Dublin, where he became a scholar and. Baxter, Richard, -- Bibliography. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.

Broader terms: Baxter, Richard, ; Bibliography; Filed under: Baxter, Richard, -- Bibliography The life of faith in three parts, the first is a sermon on Heb.

11, 1, formerly preached before His Majesty, and published by his command, with another added for the fuller application: the. Clarke's last scientific performance was a letter to Mr. Benjamin Hoadiy 'On the Proportion of Force to Velocity in Bodies in Motion' (, published in 'Philosophical Transactions,' No.

). His versatility is proved by his publication of editions of Cæsar and Homer. The first, dedicated to the Duke of Marlborough, appeared in On this occasion, however, though strongly drawn to the beautiful island, he stayed not longer than six weeks, and proceeded to Sydney, where, early inhe published, in a blaze of righteous anger, his Father Damien: an Open Letter to the Rev.

Dr Hyde of Honolulu, in vindication of the memory of Father Damien and his work among the lepers of the Pacific.