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A System of Moral Philosophy, in three books; written by the late Francis Hutcheson, L.L.D. Professor of Philosophy in the University of Glasgow. Published from the Original Manuscript, by his son Francis Hutcheson, M.D. To which is prefixed some account of the life, writings, and character of the author, by the Reverend William Leechman, D.D. Professor of Divinity in the Same University. CAROL CHECK - Helen suggests this can be cut down.
Glasgow: printed and sold by R. and A. Foulis printers to the University. 1755 Two vols in one. [2], xlviii, [8], 358, [2]; [4], 380pp. 4to. Neat repair to small tear to margin of R3 vol. I. V. sl. marginal water-staining to final 20 leaves of vol. II, some occasional foxing, but generally a good clean copy. Contemporary sprinkled calf, gilt panelled spine, red morocco label; expert repairs to joints & head & tail of spine & corners. Bookplate of the Baggrave Library, & the name stamp of Pr. de Gagarin on first titlepage.ESTC T99472, Gaskell 297. FIRST EDITION. Andrew Burnaby, 1732-1812, was Archdeacon of Leicester, and had earlier published accounts of his travels to America, Corsica and Italy. In 1770 he married Anne Edwyn, daughter and heiress of John Edwyn of Baggrave Hall.
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