3 edition of Mercurius Christianus. found in the catalog.
by printed by R. Norton for R. Royston bookseller to his most Sacred Majesty in London
Written in English
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1770:22|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 287,  p|
|Number of Pages||287|
Mercurius (Coptic: Ⲫⲓⲗⲟⲡⲁⲧⲏⲣ Ⲙⲉⲣⲕⲟⲩⲣⲓⲟⲥ; ) was a Christian saint and a was born in the city of Eskentos in Cappadocia, in Eastern Asia Minor (modern day Turkey).. St. Mercurius was born around A.D. in Cappadocia (Eastern Asia Minor). His parents were converts to Christianity and they called him "Philopater" or "Philopatyr" (a Greek Attributes: Christian Martyrdom. Description staande naakte Mercurius, haar in lokken, steunt op rechterbeen, linkerbeen iets gebogen, lichaam iets naar links gedraaid, ogen en tepels met zilver ingelegd, brons glanst door schuren van rivierzand; Subculture Romeins; Bib ; Publications H.C. van Gulik, Catalogue of the Bronzes in the Allard Pierson Museum, Amsterdam p
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I never got round to Colin Wilson’s fiction. Or Arthur Koestler’s. I knew that Patrick Harpur, author of two of my favourite books (Daimonic Reality and The Philosopher’s Secret Fire) had also done “a novel”, but as ever my mysterious lack of interest in reading fiction seemed destined to leave it in the shade.I call my lack of interest in fiction “mysterious”, because whenever I. ‘Mercurius Christianus: the Practical Christian, a Treatise explaining the duty of Self-examination,’ This, Sherlock's principal work, was greatly enlarged in subsequent editions. To the sixth edition, which appeared in , was prefixed a ‘Life’ of the author by Bishop Wilson.
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'Mercurius is a book written at least as much to elucidate as to entertain. It is probably the most explicit account of the alchemical art ever published - it presents a strong argument for the perfectibility of man and against the species of bloodless asceticism which drives a wedge between spiritual and corporeal love.' --The Literary Review/5(7).
Get this from a library. Mercurius Christianus: The practical Christian, a treatise explaining the duty of self-examination: together with confessions, meditations and prayers in order to the receiving of the Holy Communion of the body and blood of Christ.
Composed for the use of devout persons. By R. Sherlock D.D. rector of Winwick. [R Sherlock]. This highly sought after novel was first published in It has been out of print for many years and until the release of this brand new edition was as rare as hen's teeth, with some old copies fetching prices of up to USD $ This new edition features a beautiful new cover and has been revised and updated by the author/5(13).
Language First edition published under title: Mercurius christianus. Later editions, greatly enlarged, were divided into four parts, each of which was also published separately. This edition includes pt. 1, treating "of self-examination" and pt.
2, "of the holy communion.". You searched for "MERCURIUS" in the KJV Bible. 1 Instances - Page 1 of 1 Expand or Limit Your Search Results: All KJV books Old Testament only New Testament only Apocrypha only (?).
The Letters of Mercurius Hardcover – January 1, by Mercurius Oxoniensis (Author)4/5(1). First edition published under title: Mercurius Christianus. Reproduction of original in the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign Campus).
Library. Description: 1 online resource (, pages): illustrations: Contents: (From t. p.) I. Of self-examinatin, confession of sins, &c.
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Mercurius politicus.: Comprising the summe of all intelligence, with the affairs, and designs now on foot, in the three nations of England, Ireland, and Scotland.
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: The Divine Pymander (): Hermes Mercurius Trismegistus, Everard, John: Books/5(10). Mercurius christianus. Devout penitent. Practical Christian: Responsibility: by R. Sherlock Reviews. User-contributed reviews The devout penitent: a book of devotion, containing the whole duty of a Christian, in all occasions and necessities, fitted to the main uses of a holy life.
out of 5 stars The Letters of Mecurius This collection of letters published in the press in Britain from to by an Oxford man whose identity was the subject of debate, now believed by many to have been Hugh Trevor-Roper, since deceased.
The letters, all to a friend in London, are witty, insightful and at times wonderfully satyrical.4/5(1). First edition published under title: Mercurius christianus.
Reproduction of original in Duke University Library. First edition published under title: Mercurius Christianus. Reproduction of original in the University of Illinois Library.
Mercurius. the Hermes (i.e., "the speaker") of the Greeks (Acts ), a heathen God represented as the constant attendant of Jupiter, and the god of inhabitants of Lystra took Paul for this god because he was the "chief speaker." These dictionary topics are from.
Abstract "The editor's preface" signed: H. edition published under title: Mercurius christianus. Later editions, greatly enlarged, were divided into four parts, each of which was also published separately. Mercurius christianus. The practical Christian, a treatise explaining the duty of self-examination: together with confessions, meditations and prayers in order to the receiving of the holy communion of the body and blood of Christ (London, Printed by R.
Norton for R. Royston, ), by R. Sherlock (page images at HathiTrust). Mercurius Christianus: the Practical Christian, a Treatise explaining the duty of Self-examination, This, Sherlock's principal work, was greatly enlarged in subsequent editions.
To the sixth edition, which appeared inwas prefixed a ‘Life’ of the author by Bishop Wilson. Marchamont Nedham, also Marchmont and Needham ( – November ) was a journalist, publisher and pamphleteer during the English Civil War, who wrote official news and propaganda for both sides of the conflict.
A "highly productive propagandist," he was significant in the evolution of early English journalism, and has been strikingly (if hyperbolically) called the "press agent" of Lord Missing: Mercurius Christianus.Mercurius becomes polite, gives the young fellow a useful ransom and is accordingly set free.
We now hear about the student's good fortune and how he became a wonder-working doctor, butstrangely enoughnothing about the doings of the liberated spirit, though these might be of some interest in view of the web of meanings in which Mercurius, with.THE ANATOMY OF MELANCHOLY is a book which has been universally read and admired.
This work is, for the most part, what the author himself styles it, 'a cento;' but it is a very ingenious one. His quotations, which abound in every page, are pertinent; but if he had made more use of his invention and less of his commonplace-book, his work would.