Front cover image for Tetradymus : containing I. Hodegus, or, The pillar of cloud and fire, that guided the Israelites in the wilderness, not miraculous : but, as faithfully related in Exodus, a thing equally practis'd by other nations, and in those places not onely useful but necessary. II. Clidophorus, or, Of the exoteric and esoteric philosophy, that is, of the external and internal doctrine of the antients : the one open and public, accommodated to popular prejudices and the establish'd religions ; the other private and secret, wherin, to the few capable and discrete, was taught the real truth stript of all disguises. III. Hypatia, or, The history of a most beautiful, most virtuous, most learned, and every way accomplish'd lady ; who was torn to pieces by the clergy of Alexandria, to gratify the pride, emulation, and cruelty of their Archbishop Cyril, commonly but undeservedly stil'd Saint Cyril. IV. Mangoneutes, being a defense of Nazarenus, address'd to the Right Reverend John, Lord Bishop of London ; against his lordship's chaplain Dr. Mangey, his dedicator Mr. Patterson, and (who ought to have been nam'd first) the Reverend Dr. Brett, once belonging to his lordship's church

Tetradymus : containing I. Hodegus, or, The pillar of cloud and fire, that guided the Israelites in the wilderness, not miraculous : but, as faithfully related in Exodus, a thing equally practis'd by other nations, and in those places not onely useful but necessary. II. Clidophorus, or, Of the exoteric and esoteric philosophy, that is, of the external and internal doctrine of the antients : the one open and public, accommodated to popular prejudices and the establish'd religions ; the other private and secret, wherin, to the few capable and discrete, was taught the real truth stript of all disguises. III. Hypatia, or, The history of a most beautiful, most virtuous, most learned, and every way accomplish'd lady ; who was torn to pieces by the clergy of Alexandria, to gratify the pride, emulation, and cruelty of their Archbishop Cyril, commonly but undeservedly stil'd Saint Cyril. IV. Mangoneutes, being a defense of Nazarenus, address'd to the Right Reverend John, Lord Bishop of London ; against his lordship's chaplain Dr. Mangey, his dedicator Mr. Patterson, and (who ought to have been nam'd first) the Reverend Dr. Brett, once belonging to his lordship's church

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