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THE IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL.
TRANSLATED FROM THE GREEK
CHARLES S. STANFORD.
A NEW EDITION, ENRICHED WITH ARCHBISHOP FENELON'S "LIFE OF PLATO;"
AND DIVINES ON THE SOUL'S IMMORTALITY; TOGETHER
OF ALL THE WORKS KNOWN TO HAVE BEEN WRITTEN ON A
Plato, thou reason'st well,
Else whence this pleasing hope, this fond desire,
Or whence this secret dread, and inward horror
"Tis heaven itself that points out an hereafter,
Dr. Roger Ascham, on a visit to the family of the Marquis of Dorset, at his seat at Broadgate, found on his arrival that Lady Jane Grey was alone, the rest of the family being engaged in a hunting party: to his great surprise he found her reading the Phedon of Plato. She observed to him that the sport which her friends were enjoying, was but a shadow compared with the David Hume. pleasure she received from this sublime author.
LIFE OF PLATO.
A CATALOGUE OF THE WRITINGS OF PLATO....
PHÆDO; OR, THE IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL
OPINIONS OF THE ANCIENT, INTERMEDIATE, AND MODERN
PHILOSOPHERS AND DIVINES, CONCERNING THE IMMOR-
TALITY OF THE SOUL
NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS