Verse in 26 numbered and rhymed couplets expounding the author's "Martinian philosophy," and denouncing Isaac Newton; first line: The sun, the metropolis of the universe, and paradise of our heavenly king. Signed and dated: W. Martin, philosophical conqueror of all nations. Newcastle, October 21, 1848. Type ornaments of crescent moon and radiant sun on either side of title. N-YHS copy: gift of Thomas Ollive Mabbott, May 8, 1942.
1 sheet ( p.) ; 23 x 15 cm.
Sun, the metropolis of the universe, and paradise of our heavenly king
The sun : the centre and metropolis of the universe, and paradise of God and his spirit; fills all space, no boundaries can it contain, no end to space, God's truth./Wm Martin; M Ross, of Durham; Thomas Ollive Mabbott; [Newcastle upon Tyne] : Printed by M. Ross, Pilgrim Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.,