Benjamin Whichcote

Benjamin Whichcote, portrait by [[Mary Beale Benjamin Whichcote (4 May 1609 – May 1683) was an English Establishment and Puritan divine, 19th Provost of King's College, Cambridge, and leader of the Cambridge Platonists. He held that man is the "child of reason" and therefore not completely depraved by nature, as Puritans held. He also argued for religious toleration. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Whichcote, Benjamin
Published 1703
printed by Fr. Burges, for A. and J. Churchill, Book-Sellers in London, and for Tho. Goddard, Book-Seller in Norwich

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by Whichcote, Benjamin
Published 1721
Printed for J. Wilcox, at the Green Dragon in Little-Britain

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by Whichcote, Benjamin
Published 1717
printed for James Knapton, at the Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard

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by Whichcote, Benjamin
Published 1701
printed for James Knapton at the Crown in S. Paul's Church-Yard

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by Whichcote, Benjamin
Published 1773
printed by S. Hazard; for T. Mills, Bookseller, in King's-Mead-Square; also sold by G. Keith, Grace-Church-Street; S. Crowder, Pater-Noster-Row; J. Matthews, Strand; S. Chirm, Aldersgate-Bars, London: T. Cadell, W. Pine, and S. Edwards, Bristol

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by Whichcote, Benjamin
Published 1753
printed for J. Payne, at Pope's-Head, in Pater-Noster-Row

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by Whichcote, Benjamin
Published 1702
printed for James Knapton, at the Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard

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by Whichcote, Benjamin
Published 1751
printed by J. Chalmers, for Alexander Thomson Bookseller, and sold at his Shop in the Broadgate

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by Whichcote, Benjamin
Published 1742
printed by T.W. and T. Ruddimans for G. Hamilton and J. Balfour, and sold at their shop