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Marcus Aurelius, Emperor of Rome

The commentaries of the Emperor Marcus Antoninus, containing his maxims of science, and rules of life, wrote for his own use and address'd to himself / translated from the original in Greek by James Thomson, Gent. ; with a short preface by the translator, which may serve for an introduction to the author's sentiments, concerning the harmony and progress of universal nature, and the proper virtues of human nature.

London: Printed by T. Parker, for the Translator ; and sold by Charles Corbett., 1747.
The commentaries of the Emperor Marcus Antoninus, containing his maxims of science, and rules of life, wrote for his own use and address'd to himself / translated from the original in Greek by James Thomson, Gent. ; with a short preface by the translator, which may serve for an introduction to the author's sentiments, concerning the harmony and progress of universal nature, and the proper virtues of human nature. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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