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" Lines to be, as it were, certaine caelestial characters stampt upon us by God and Nature, and which, as Job saith, God imprinted or put in the Hands of men, that so every one might know his works; though it be plain that the divine author doth not there... "
The Vanity of Arts and Sciences - Page 101
by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim - 1676 - 368 pages
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Observations on popular antiquities: including the whole of mr. Bourne's ...

John Brand - 1842
...imprinted or put in the Hands of men, that so every one might know his works; though it be plain that the divine author doth not there treat of vain Chiromancy, but of the liberty of the will." He gives a catalogue of great names of such authors as have written on this science falsely so called,...
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Observations on the Popular Antiquities of Great Britain: Chiefly ..., Volume 3

John Brand - Christian antiquities - 1849
...imprinted or put in the hands of men, that so every one might know his works ; though it be plain that the divine author doth not there treat of vain chiromancy, but of the liberty of the will." He gives a catalogue of great names of such authors as have written on this science falsely so called,...
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Observations on the Popular Antiquities of Great Britain: Chiefly ..., Volume 3

John Brand - Folklore - 1893
...hands of men, that so every one might know his works ; though it be plain that the divine author dotb not there treat of vain chiromancy, but of the liberty of the will." He gives a catalogue of great names of such authors as have written on this science falsely so called,...
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Observations on Popular Antiquities Chiefly Illustrating the Origin of Our ...

John Brand - Christian antiquities - 1900 - 807 pages
...imprinted or put in the Hancs of Men that so every one might know his works ; though it be plain that the divine author doth not there treat of vain Chiromancy, but of the liberty of the Will." He gives a Catalogue of authors of distinction who have written on this Science falsely so called ;...
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Brand's Popular Antiquities of Great Britain: Faiths and Folklore ..., Volume 1

John Brand, Sir Henry Ellis, William Carew Hazlitt - Fasts and feasts - 1905
...imprinted or put in the hands of men, that so every one might know his works ; though it be plain, that the divine author doth not there treat of vain chiromancy, but of the liberty of the will." He gives a great catalogue of names of such authors as have written on this science falsely so called,...
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