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William Woolaston


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William Woolaston : Religion of Nature Delineated, The

'Mr [italics] Woolaston's [end italics] Religion of Nature Delineated, shews us powerfully, how much a Lye offends the Creator; as I am tax'd with numerous Quotations, which are tedious (as soom of my Readers tell me) I shall not borrow one from him, but refer the Learned to his inimitable Work; though I am persuaded, no Person who has not a clear Head, can taste his Beauties'.

Century: 1700-1799     Reader/Listener/Group: Laetitia Pilkington      Print: Book


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