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Two editions of this life have before apHistory and Antiquities of Colchester. peared (see More, Thomas), in both of which London, 1748. folio. Afterwards much en- it is assigned to a member of the family of larged by the author, and incorporated in More, who could not have been the writer of his History of Essex. A copy is in the li- it. In the preface of this edition, it is re; brary of the Royal Institution with Morant's stored to the true author Cresacre More, and
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Germani Brixii Antimorus. Paris. 1519, The philosophical Writings of Henry 41. 8s. Lovanij, 1548. 12mo. Probably More, D.D. viz. 1. Antidote against Atheism, a reprint of Froben's edition. Coloniæ, with the Appendix. 2. Enthusiasmus tri 1555. 12mo. 5s. Basil, 1563. Subumphatus. 3. Letters to Des Cartes, &c. joined is a Latin epistle by Nucerinus . De 4. Immortality of the Soul. 5. Conjectura Morte D. Thomæ Mori et Episcopi Roffensis.' Cabbalistica. The fourth Edition corrected Witebergæ, 1591. 8vo. An accurate and much enlarged. London, 1712. folio. edition. Francof. 1601. 12mo. An ac10s. 6d. London, 1662. folio.
curate edition .cura Eberrati Von Weihe.' Life of Henry More, D.D. by W. Ward. Colon Agrip. 1629. 32mo. This diminutive London, 1710. 8vo. with portrait of More, edition contains an additional epistle by J. by Loggan. 5s. Williams, 1856, morocco, Palludanus of Cassel to Peter Giles, compli11. 7s.
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Progymnasmata Tho. Mori, et Gul. Lilii Beginning of the World to this Day. Godalium. Bas. 1518. 4to. See Knight's Cambridge, 1593.
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