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letter to the Rev. Mr. John Palmer, in defence of the illustrations of philosophical necessity.

Joseph Priestley

letter to the Rev. Mr. John Palmer, in defence of the illustrations of philosophical necessity.

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Published by Printed by R. Cruttwell... in Bath .
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ContributionsPalmer, John, 1729-1790.
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Open LibraryOL16716786M

PALMER, JOHN (–), projector of mail-coaches, born at Bath in , was the son of John Palmer, a prosperous brewer and tallow-chandler, and a member of an old Bath family. His mother, Jane, was one of the Longs of Wraxall Manor, Wiltshire [see Long, Sir James ], and she and her husband are commemorated on a tablet in the chancel of.


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