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Author: Twysden, John, 1607-1688.
Title: A disquisition touching the sibylls and the sibylline writings in which their number, antiquity, and by what spirit they were inspired, are succinctly discussed, the objections made by Opsopæus, Isaac Casaubon, David Blondel, and others, are examined, as also the authority of those writings asserted : which may serve as an appendix to the foregoing learned discourse touching the truth and certainty of Christian religion.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A disquisition touching the sibylls and the sibylline writings in which their number, antiquity, and by what spirit they were inspired, are succinctly discussed, the objections made by Opsopæus, Isaac Casaubon, David Blondel, and others, are examined, as also the authority of those writings asserted : which may serve as an appendix to the foregoing learned discourse touching the truth and certainty of Christian religion.
Twysden, John, 1607-1688., Yelverton, Henry, 1566-1629.

London: [s.n.], 1662.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references.
Also in Yelverton, Henry, Sir. A short discourse of the truth & reasonableness of the religion delivered by Jesus Christ. 1662. (Wing Y29).
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Subject terms:
Sibyls.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A64059.0001.001

Contents
title page
The PREFACE: Together with the occasi∣on of Writing.
CHAP. I. That there were Sibylls; whence their Name; their Number, and the Time of their Living exami∣ned.
CHAP. II. Observations, and by what Spirit they spake is discussed.
CHAP. III. What Writings of the Sibylls were kept in the Capitol: The read∣ing of others promiscuously not forbidden. Justin Martyr so to be understood.
CHAP. IV. The Objections made by Isaac Ca∣saubon against their Writings are considered, and answered.
CHAP. V. The second and third Chapter of David Blundell considered, and the Objections answered.
CHAP. VI. The Opposition made by D. Blun∣del to the Authorities and Quo∣tations of the Ancient Writers in favour of the Sibylline books, and his answers to them weigh∣ed.
CHAP. VII. Of Predictions of things to come; and of Divination in general, what sorts lawfull, what un∣certain. Of Enthusiasme, the definition of it. Of Enthusi∣asticks, and such of our Time who have pretended to Visions, and Revelations. The diffe∣rence between true and fals Prophets: In what rank the Sibylls are to be accounted.