An historical dissertation on idolatrous corruptions in religion from the begining of the world; and on the methods taken by divine providence in reforming them. In the course whereof the divine origine of the law of Moses, is proved, against the objections of such as have thought that law deducible from the rites and customs of the Egyptians and other gentiles. And in which divers cavils of the deists against revelation are occasionally considered. In two volumes. ...
Arthur Young (1741-1820)
Place of origin
Melford Hall, Suffolk (Accredited Museum)
2 v. : fronts. ; 8vo. Provenance: inscribed in each vol.: "Ja: Reynolds ex dono authoris" [i.e. from Arthur Young]. Binding: eighteenth-century mottled calf; thick and thin gilt fillet borders; five raised bands; gilt tooled spines; gilt lettered spine labels: Dr. Young's Dissert:
Makers and roles
Arthur Young (1741-1820), author