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Tetradymus. Containing I. Hodegus; or the pillar of cloud and fire, that guided the Israelites in the wilderness, not maraculous, but, as faithfully related in Exodus a thing equally practis’d by other nations and in those places not only useful but necessary. II. Clidophorus; or of the exoteric and esoteric philosophy, that is, of the external and internal doctrine of the antients: the one open and public, accomodated to popular prejudices and the establish’d religions; the other private and secret wherein, to the few capable and discrete, was taught the real truth scripts of all disguises. III. Hypatia; or the history of the most beautiful, most virtuous, most learned, and every way accomplish’d lady; who was torn to pieces by the clergy of Alexandria, to gratify the pride, emulation, and cruelty of their Archbishop Cyril, commonly but undeservedly stil’d Saint Cyril. IV. Mangoneutes: being a defense of Nazarenus, address’d to the right reverend John lord Bishop of London....
London: Printed: and sold by J. Brotherton and W. Meadows in Cornhill, J. Roberts in Warwick-lane, W. Meres without Temple-bar, W. Chetwood in Covent-garden, S. Chapman in Pall-Mall, and J. Graves in St. James’s Street., 1720.
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