|Author:||Villars, abbé de (Nicolas-Pierre-Henri), 1635-1673.|
|Title:||The Count of Gabalis, or, The extravagant mysteries of the Cabalists exposed in five pleasant discourses on the secret sciences / done into English by P.A. Gent., with short animadversions.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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The Count of Gabalis, or, The extravagant mysteries of the Cabalists exposed in five pleasant discourses on the secret sciences / done into English by P.A. Gent., with short animadversions.
Villars, abbé de (Nicolas-Pierre-Henri), 1635-1673., Ayres, Philip, 1638-1712.
London: Printed for B.M., Printer to the Cabalistical Society of the Sages, at the sign of the Rosy-Crucian, 1680.
|Alternate titles:||Comte de Gabalis. English|
Errata: p.  at end.
First edition in English.
Translation by Philip Ayres of the author's Le comte de Gabalis.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
A LETTER TO MY LORD
Count GABALIS: Or, The Extravagant Mysteries. Of the CABALISTS. OR, ROSY-CRUSIANS. Exposed in Five Pleasant Discour∣ses on the Secret Sciences
Discourse the First.
Discourse the Second.
Discourse the Third.
Discourse the Fourth.
Discourse the Fifth.
THE TRANSLATOR'S Animadversions ON THE Foregoing Discourses.