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Phllofophical and Theological
Of the late truly Learned
JOHN HUTCHINSON, Efq; j^
Vo L. I. Mojts's Prfacifia, Part I.
Vol. II. Mofei's Priacifia, Part II.
Vol. III. Mafti't Sim Principle; or,
Vol. IV. The Confufion of Tongues,
Vol. V. Power Eflential and Mecha-
Vol. VI. Glory or Gravity, or Glory
Vol. VII. The Hebrew Writings
Vm.. VI! I. Containing the Religion of
Vol. IX. The Data in Ch(iRUn[;y,
Vol. X. The Human Frame; or.
Vol. XI. Glory Mechanical; or,The
Vol. XII. A Collection of feveral
E here prefent the candid Reader with a new Edition of the Writings of that truly learned and ufeful Author n Hutchinfon^ Efq; We doubt not but it would be agreeable to many of our Readers, were we to amufe them with a Detail of Particulars relating to his private Life, and trace it from the Cradle thro' the feveral Stages, till we came to the fhining Part of it as an Author; but, as we judge it riot;
a 2 of of any great Importance, we have not made the proper Enquiries to enable us to do it. Mr Hutchinfon has himfelf given us the great Out-lines of Jlis Life, in his Treatife of Power ILffential and Mechanical; and, as to the inward Frame of his Mind, and Superiority of his Genius, the whole of his Writings, taken together, afford us the bed Pi&ure: To them we refer the Reader, as the beft Accounts of him, and of the Manner in which he chofe to' fpend his Time. He will there find, that the Book of Nature explained in the Book of God, or the Works of God, the Efreds of the natural Agents on themfelves, and on the feveral Parts of this Globe, above and below Ground, were his Inftruftors, and the attending their Leffons, his chief Employment. He looked for Learning where few or none have fearched for jt for many Years paft.-^—The dark - * Bowek