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The phenix:, or, A revival of scarce and valuable pieces from the remotest antiquity down to the present times. : Being a collection of manuscripts and printed tracts, no where to be found but in the closets of the curious.

Author: John Dunton; John Morphew; Isabelle Brown; Francis Bacon Library,
Publisher: London, : Printed for J. Morphew near Stationers Hall., M. DCC. VII-M. DCC. VIII. [1707-1708]
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Genre/Form: Church history
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Dunton; John Morphew; Isabelle Brown; Francis Bacon Library,
OCLC Number: 42944820
Notes: Title page of v. 2 reads "The second volume of The Phenix: or, A revival of scarce and valuable pieces no where to be found but in the closets of the curious."
'A gentleman' is John Dunton, the editor. cf. ESTC; Halkett & Laing.
Title enclosed in double-rule border.
Signatures: v.1: A⁴( -A4) B-2N⁸ 2O⁴(2O4+1); v.2: A-2M⁸ 2N⁴.
Final leaf of v. 1 is a singleton.
According to NUC, v.1 was reissued in 1721 (with an additional tract) under title: A collection of choice, scarce, and valuable tracts.
Description: 2 v. (vi, 570; xv, [1], 552 p.) ; 20 cm. (8vo)
Contents: V. 1. 1. A letter of resolution concerning Origen and the chief of his opinions --
2. God's first sally out of Himself in the birth of the universe --
3. A design about disposing the Bible into an harmony / Sam. Torshell --
4. Christ's birth miss-tim'd / by R.S. --
5. The reformation of the Church in Ireland --
6. The sum and substance of the conference, which it pleas'd his Excellent Majesty to have with the Lords Bishops ... Jan. 14. 1603 --
7. Fragmenta regalia / Sir Robert Naunton --
8. John Keymor's Observation made upon the Dutch fishing --
9. The form and order of the coronation of Charles the Second --
10. The answer of the States-General ... to the declaration of war of the King of Great Britain, printed in 1674 --
11. The peoples antient and just liberties asserted, in the tryal of William Penn and William Mead ... Sept. 1670 --
12. The second part of the people's antient and just liberties asserted, in the proceedings against and tryals of Thomas Rudyard [et al.], at the Sessions begun ... the last day of the 6th month ... 1670 --
13. An apology or defence of William the First of Nassau, Prince of Orange --
14. A narrative of the proceedings of a great council of Jews ... concerning Christ / by Samuel Brett --
15. Certain letters evidencing K. Charles II's stedfastness in the Protestant religion --
16. A true relation of the late King [Charles II]'s death. V. 2. 17. A sermon of conforming and reforming / John Colet --
18. Some account of the Lady Jane Gray --
19. A brief discourse of the troubles begun at Frankfort ... 1554 --
20. Calvin's common-prayer book --
21. The burden of Issachar, or, The tyrannical power and practices of the Presbyterian government in Scotland --
22. Brevis disquisitio, or, A brief inquiry touching a better way ... to refute papists / John Hale --
23. Dissertatio de pace, or, A discourse touching the peace and concord of the Church / John Hales --
24. Vindiciae Judaeorum / Manasseh Ben Israel --
25. Of the torments of Hell / [Samuel Richardson] --
26. The resurrection rescued from the soldiers calumnies / Robert Jones --
27. A brief account of the new sect of Latitude-Men / by S.P. --
28. A short discourse upon the reasonableness of mens having a religion / by George [Villiers], Duke of Buckingham --
29. The Duke of Buckingham His Grace's letter to the unknown author of a paper entitled, A short answer ... --
30. A treatise of human reason / Mat. Clifford.
Other Titles: Revival of scarce and valuable pieces from the remotest antiquity down to the present times
Collection of choice, scarce, and valuable tracts.
Responsibility: By a gentleman who has made it his business to search after such pieces for twenty years past.

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