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Author: Layton, Henry, 1622-1705.
Title: Observations upon Mr. Wadsworth's book of the souls immortality
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)

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Print source: Observations upon Mr. Wadsworth's book of the souls immortality
Layton, Henry, 1622-1705.

Printed London: [s.n.], 1670.
Caption title.
Attributed to Layton by Wing and NUC pre-1956 imprints.
Includes "Observations upon Dr. Charltons treatise; intituled, The immortality of the humane soul ...," p. 201-215.
Pages 168-177, 185-192 are improperly bound.
Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Wadsworth, Thomas, -- 1630-1676. -- Antipsychothanasia, or, The immortality of the soul.
Charleton, Walter, -- 1619-1707. -- The immortality of the human soul.
Theology, Doctrinal -- 17th century.

OBSERVATIONS UPON Mr. WADSWORTH's BOOK OF The Souls Immortality, and his Con∣futation of the Opinion of the Souls Inactivity to the Time of Ge∣neral Resurrection. 80.
Chapter IIII.
The First Argument.
Second Argument.
The Third Argument.
The Fourth Argument.
The Fifth Argument.
The Sixth Argument.
The Seventh Argument.
The Eighth Argument.
The Ninth Argument.
The Tenth Argument.
The Eleventh Argument.
The Twelfth Argument.
The Thirteenth Argument.
The Fourteenth Argument.
The Fifteenth Argument.
The Sixteenth Argument.
The Seventeenth Argument.
The Eighteenth Argument.
OBSERVATIONS UPON Dr. CHARLTONS TREATISE; INTITULED, The Immortality of the Humane Soul, de∣monstrated by the Light of Nature.