A COMPENDIOUS VIEW OF THE GROUNDS OF THE TEUTONIC PHILOSOPHY. With Considerations by the Way of Inquiry into the Subject Matter, and Scope of the Writings of Jacob Behmen, Commonly Called, the Teutonick Philosopher. Also, Several Extracts from his Writings and Some Words Used by him Explained.

London: Printed for M. Lewis; and sold by Messrs. Bathurst, Baker, Whiston, White, Richardson and Roberts, C. Dilly, Davis, and Heard, in London ..., 1770. FIRST EDITION. Quarter bound in contemporary calf with stunning marbled boards; new end papers; no internal marking, staining, or foxing; A FINE COPY. In three sections, each with its own title page, the first of which bears initials J.P., M.D. I. "A Treatise of Eternal Nature", by J.P., M.D. [i.e. John Pordage]. II. "Considerations by way of Enquiry into ... the Writings of ... Jacob Behmen" by Edward Taylor. III. "The works of Jacob Behmen, concerning God and the Divine nature OR Enquiry into the subject matter and scope of J. Behmen's writings". [xxx], 91, 159, 113 pages. Octavo. Item #17235

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