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Author: Hotham, Charles, 1615-1672?
Title: An introduction to the Teutonick philosophie being a determination concerning the original of the soul, viz. whether it be immediately created God and infus'd into the body, or transmitted from the parent / by C. Hotham ... at the close of the dispute held in the publique schooles of the University of Cambridge at the Commencement, March 3, 1646 ; Englished by D.F.
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An introduction to the Teutonick philosophie being a determination concerning the original of the soul, viz. whether it be immediately created God and infus'd into the body, or transmitted from the parent / by C. Hotham ... at the close of the dispute held in the publique schooles of the University of Cambridge at the Commencement, March 3, 1646 ; Englished by D.F.
Hotham, Charles, 1615-1672?, Hotham, Durant, 1617?-1691.

London: Printed by T.M. & A.C. for Nath. Brooks ..., 1650.
Alternate titles: Ad philosophiam teutonicam manuductio. English
Notes:
Translation of: Ad philosophiam teutonicam manuductio.
Translated by Durant Hotham. Cf. DNB.
"Imprimatur Novemb. 20, 1649 J. Downame"--P. [2] at end.
Errata: p. [25].
Reproduction of original in British Library.
Subject terms:
Soul -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A44580.0001.001

Contents
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To the Author.
To the Right Worthy, the Vice-Chancellour, and the Honourable Univer∣sity of Cambridge.
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To his most entire and highly ¦steem'd Friend: The Authors an∣swer, concerning the obscurity of the Teutonick Phliosophy.
ERRATA.
To his worthily ho∣noured and deare friend Master Charles Hotham, upon the ob∣scurenesse of the Teutonick Phi∣losophy described by him.
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