Four controversial letters on ecclesiastical subjects, [circa 1765-1771].
- Four controversial letters on ecclesiastical subjects, [circa 1765-1771].
- Alternative Title
- Observations on [Blackburne's] historical view of the controversy concerning an intermediate state and Observations on Blackburns historical view of the controversy concerning an intermediate state
- Rutherforth, T. (Thomas), 1712-1771
- Published / Created
- 1765 October 26
- 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."
Binding: contemporary quarter-calf over marbled boards.
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).
- 1 v. (96 p.) ; 21 cm.
- Extent of Digitization
- Partially digitized
- Call Number
- Osborn c671
Subjects, Formats, And Genres
letters (correspondence) (AAT)
- Subject (Name)
Church of England.--Thirty-nine Articles--Controversial literature
University of Cambridge--Administration
- Subject (Topic)
Learning and scholarship--Great Britain
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- Thomas Rutherforth, Four Controversial Letters on Ecclesiastical Subjects. James Marshall and Marie-Louise Osborn Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
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