Author: Leslie, Charles
Title: Cassandra. (But I Hope not) Telling what will come of it...In Answer to the Occasional Letter...Wherein the New Associations, &c. are Considered. [Numbers 1 & 2]
Place Published: London
Publisher:Printed and Sold by the Booksellers
Date Published: 1704-05
Two volumes in one. , 98, , errata sheet. (4to) 19.9x16.5 cm (7¾x6½"), modern plain wrappers, hand written label on the upper wrapper. Second edition of volume 1; first edition of volume 2.
One of numerous arguments and counter arguments on religious and political issues by Charles Leslie (1650-1722), Irish nonjuror, whose life was dedicated to controversy, primarily as a defender of the High Church.
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Leslie was always quick to dissect the arguments of Daniel Defoe and his follow dissenters, and in Cassandra responds to their writings in the Observator. Leslie's Theological Works were collected in 1721. Samuel Johnson later commented that "Leslie was a reasoner, and a reasoner not to be reasoned against."