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EMANUEL SWEDENBORG:

HIS LIFE AND WRITINGS.

BY

WILLIAM WHITE.

"Go to him. He is not without foibles, but is wise exceedingly; versed
in much strange knowledge, and familiar with the intricacies of the heart.
You'll live long and go'far ere you find such another."

Andrew Fenwick.

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LONDON:
SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, & CO.,

STATIONERS' HALL COURT.

1867.

ILLUSTRATIONS.

EMANUEL SWEDENBORG.-(Frontispiece.)

Copied from an engraving inscribed Eman. Swedenborg; Anno ætatis 80, Nat. Holmiæ, 29th Jan., 1688. Denat. Lond. 29 Mart. 1772. J. F. Martin, Sculps. Holmiæ.' It is generally admitted as the best likeness of Swedenborg in old age. It was in a copy of this engraving that Servanté recognized the old gentleman he encountered in St. John Street, Clerkenwell. See present Vol., p.

578.

SWEDENBORG'S HOUSE AND SUMMER HOUSE

Page 336. Engraved from photographs taken in Stockholm in the summer of 1862.

ERRATA.

For his read the before daughter, and insert of Peter the Great after
daughter,

page 87, final line.
Insert who after that he,

273, line 7 from top. For

5 , bottom.

read my,

320,

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