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Author: Hotham, Durant, 1617?-1691.
Title: The life of one Jacob Boehmen: who although he were a very meane man, yet wrote the most wonderfull deepe knowledge in naturall and divine things.: That any hath been knowne to doe since the apostles times, and yet never read them, or learned them from any other man, as may be seene in that which followeth. Wherein is contained a perfect catalogue of his workes.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The life of one Jacob Boehmen: who although he were a very meane man, yet wrote the most wonderfull deepe knowledge in naturall and divine things.: That any hath been knowne to doe since the apostles times, and yet never read them, or learned them from any other man, as may be seene in that which followeth. Wherein is contained a perfect catalogue of his workes.
Hotham, Durant, 1617?-1691.

London: Printed by L. N. for Richard Whitaker, at the signe of the Kings Armes in Pauls Church-yard, 1644.
Subject terms:
Böhme, Jakob, -- 1575-1624.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88137.0001.001

Contents
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A briefe Relation of the Life and Conversation of JACOB BOEHMEN, after∣wards by learned men called TEUTONICUS.
This that followeth was taken out of a Note of M. C. touch∣ing what happened at the End or departure of Jacob Boehmen.