A phliosophical [sic] dissertation upon death. Composed for the consolation of the unhappy. By a friend to truth. by Alberto RadicatiA phliosophical [sic] dissertation upon death. Composed for the consolation of the unhappy. By a friend to truth. by Alberto Radicati

A phliosophical [sic] dissertation upon death. Composed for the consolation of the unhappy. By a…

byAlberto Radicati

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Friend to truth = Alberto Radicati, Conte di Passerano. Translated or edited by John or rather Thomas Morgan. With a final advertisement leaf.

London : printed for and sold by W. Mears, 1732. 94,[2]p. ; 8°
Title:A phliosophical [sic] dissertation upon death. Composed for the consolation of the unhappy. By a…Format:PaperbackDimensions:102 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.21 inPublished:May 30, 2010Publisher:Gale ECCO, Print EditionsLanguage:English

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