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Henry More, S.I., administrator and historian, 1586-1661

Francis Edwards

Henry More, S.I., administrator and historian, 1586-1661

by Francis Edwards

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Published by (Society of Jesus) in (n.p.) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement(Reprinted from) Archivum historicum societatisIesu, vol. 41, 1972.
ContributionsMore, Henry, 1586-1661.
The Physical Object
Pagination(49) p. ;
Number of Pages49
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19500407M

Henry, John. "Medicine and Pneumatology: Henry More, Richard Baxter, and Francis Glisson's Treatise on the Energetic Nature of Substance." Medical History 31 (): 15 – Pagel, Walter. "Harvey and Glisson on Irritability, with a Note on Van Helmont." Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41 (): – John Henry. Edwards, “Henry More SJ," ^ Back to text See Thomas M. McCoog, “More, Henry (c. –),” ODNB (accessed Febru ) and McCoog, English and Welsh Jesuits, ^ Back to text Edwards, “Henry More SJ,” See also McCoog, English and Welsh Jesuits, ; and Bangert, History of the Society, – ^ Back.

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