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by William Morison

  • ISBN: 0848218582
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: William Morison
  • Subcategory: Action & Adventure
  • Other formats: mbr rtf lrf lit
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Norwood Editions (1977)
  • FB2 size: 1118 kb
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by. Morison, William. Milton, John, 1608-1674.

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William Morison (1843–1937) was a Scottish presbyterian minister, writer and biographer. He was born in Moffat, Dumfries and Galloway. His father was Alexander Moffat, a master builder. and his mother was Catherine Campbell. He was educated at Moffat Academy, the University of Edinburgh where he graduated . in 1862, and at the United Presbyterian College, Edinburgh. He married Anne Primrose Douglas on 24 March 1869. They had three daughters – Annie, Catherine and Helen

The Areopagitica of Milton is a speech to the English Areiopagos-the .

The Areopagitica of Milton is a speech to the English Areiopagos-the Parliament of the Commonwealth. From the introduction of printing into England, the liberty of the press had been modified from time to time by royal proclamations. The book appeared with the words cum privilegio on the title-page, or with a copy of the licenser’s certificate. This is a translation of the Latin certificate prefixed to a book by Lord Herbert of Cherbury, printed in England in 1632: I have read through the Treatise entitled ‘On Truth, as distinguished from Revelation, from the Probable, the Possible and the False.



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