A free enquiry into the vulgarly receiv'd notion of nature made in an essay address'd to a friend
Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691.
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A Catalogue of some Books late∣ly Printed for, and are to be sold by, John Taylor at the Globe in St. Paul's Church-yard.

THE Declamations of Quinti∣lian, being an Exercitation or Praxis upon his Twelve Books, con∣cerning the Institution of an Orator; Translated (from the Oxford Thea∣tre Edition) into English, by a Learn∣ed and Ingenious Hand, with the Approbations of several Eminent School-masters in the City of Lan∣don. Octavo. Price 4 s. 6 d.

England's Happiness in a Lineal Succession; and the Deplorable Mi∣series which ever attended Doubtful Titles to the Crown, Historically de∣monstrated by the Bloody Wars be∣tween the two Houses of York and Page  [unnumbered]Lancaster. Twelves. Price 1 s. 6 d.

The Happy Ascetick, or the Best Exercise; with a Letter to a Person of Quality, concerning the Lives of the Primitive Christians. By An∣thony Horneck, D. D. Preacher at the Savoy. Octavo. Price 4 s. 6 d.

THis Book is now Printing in Latine, by the Author's own Direction, and will be Publish'd by Trinity Term next. Printed for, and Sold by Iohn Taylor at the Globe in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1686.