The Resource The new planet no planet: or, The earth no wandring star; except in the wandring heads of Galileans : Here out of the principles of divinity, philosophy, astronomy, reason, and sense, the earth's immobility is asserted; the true sense of Scripture in this point, cleared; the fathers and philosophers vindicated; divers theologicall and philosophicall points handled, and Copernicus his opinion, as erroneous, ridiculous, and impious, fully refuted., By Alexander Rosse. In answer to a discourse, that the earth may be a planet, (electronic book)

The new planet no planet: or, The earth no wandring star; except in the wandring heads of Galileans : Here out of the principles of divinity, philosophy, astronomy, reason, and sense, the earth's immobility is asserted; the true sense of Scripture in this point, cleared; the fathers and philosophers vindicated; divers theologicall and philosophicall points handled, and Copernicus his opinion, as erroneous, ridiculous, and impious, fully refuted., By Alexander Rosse. In answer to a discourse, that the earth may be a planet, (electronic book)

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The new planet no planet: or, The earth no wandring star; except in the wandring heads of Galileans : Here out of the principles of divinity, philosophy, astronomy, reason, and sense, the earth's immobility is asserted; the true sense of Scripture in this point, cleared; the fathers and philosophers vindicated; divers theologicall and philosophicall points handled, and Copernicus his opinion, as erroneous, ridiculous, and impious, fully refuted.
Title
The new planet no planet: or, The earth no wandring star; except in the wandring heads of Galileans
Title remainder
Here out of the principles of divinity, philosophy, astronomy, reason, and sense, the earth's immobility is asserted; the true sense of Scripture in this point, cleared; the fathers and philosophers vindicated; divers theologicall and philosophicall points handled, and Copernicus his opinion, as erroneous, ridiculous, and impious, fully refuted.
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By Alexander Rosse. In answer to a discourse, that the earth may be a planet
Title variation
Earth no wandring star
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
  • R1970
  • E.373[10]
  • Harl. 5919[319]
Citation source
  • Wing (CD-Rom, 1996)
  • Thomason
  • Early English books tract supplement interim guide
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1591-1654
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Ross, Alexander
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Astronomy
  • Earth
  • Solar system
Target audience
general
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The new planet no planet: or, The earth no wandring star; except in the wandring heads of Galileans : Here out of the principles of divinity, philosophy, astronomy, reason, and sense, the earth's immobility is asserted; the true sense of Scripture in this point, cleared; the fathers and philosophers vindicated; divers theologicall and philosophicall points handled, and Copernicus his opinion, as erroneous, ridiculous, and impious, fully refuted., By Alexander Rosse. In answer to a discourse, that the earth may be a planet, (electronic book)
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  • A fragment; title page only
  • Reproduction of original in the British Library
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99889938
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cl2105000002
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Electronic reproduction.
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(OCoLC)11790114
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The new planet no planet: or, The earth no wandring star; except in the wandring heads of Galileans : Here out of the principles of divinity, philosophy, astronomy, reason, and sense, the earth's immobility is asserted; the true sense of Scripture in this point, cleared; the fathers and philosophers vindicated; divers theologicall and philosophicall points handled, and Copernicus his opinion, as erroneous, ridiculous, and impious, fully refuted., By Alexander Rosse. In answer to a discourse, that the earth may be a planet, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • Actual date of publication from Wing
  • A fragment; title page only
  • Reproduction of original in the British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
99889938
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[1+] p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl2105000002
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)11790114

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