A Bibliography of the Works of Emanuel Swedenborg; Original and Translated

A Bibliography of the Works of Emanuel Swedenborg; Original and Translated

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ...by 4). Though this is a separate treatise, as seen from the sectional numbers, the codex in which it is was paged consecutively after no. 1659 above by Swedenborg: from which we conclude that it was also written after that work. In section vii. 1 the author says, 'There has been a daily fellowship with them and me from the year 1744 even to this time, which is nineteen years.' So that the MS. was being written in the year 1763. It is interesting to observe that this date is corroborated by the author's statement in Contimcalion of the last judgment, published in 1763, wherein he says, at n. 35, "it has pleased the Lord to open for me the eyes of my spirit, and to keep them open now for nineteen years." And the same will be seen from n. 355 of Angelic wisdom concerning the Divine Love and Wisdom, which was also published in 1763. 1688. De Divina Sapientia. Text, as above, pp. 25-80. Reproduced in the 'Photolithographed Manuscripts, ' vol. viii. Stockholm, 1870. Sect. iii. See no. 3036. 1689. De Divina Sapientia. Text, as above, pp. 244-286. Edited from a faulty copy of no. 1687, and printed in Apocalypsis explicata, vol. iv. London, 1789. See no. 1375. 1690. De Divina Sapientia. Text, as above, pp. 39-109. Edited by the Rev. S. H. Worcester, and issued in Conlinitatio.--De Divino Amove. New York, 1884. See no. 1662. Also issued in Apocalypsis explicata, vol. v. New York, 1885, and Opuscula posthuma. New York, 1886. See nos. 1384a, and 3071. 1691. De Divina Sapientia. Text, as above, pp. 39-109. The same as the preceding, issued in Continuatio.--De Divino A more et de Divina Sapientia. New York, 1889. See no. 1663. LA TIN-ENGLISH. 1692. De Divina Sapientia. The Divine Wisdom. Text, as above, Latin and English on opposite pages, pp....show more

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