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The principles of moral philosophy. An enquiry into the wise and good government of the moral world. In which the continuance of good administration, and of due care about virtue, for ever, is inferred from present order in all things, in that part chiefly where virtue is concerned. By George Turnbull, L.L.D.
London: Printed for the author, and sold by A. Millar, at Buchanan’s Head, over aginst St. Clement’s Church, in the Strand , 1740.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Matthew Clarkson||9/14/1789||9/28/1789||Turnbull's Moral Phil'y|
|Peter Ogilvie||Volume 1||12/16/1789||12/28/1789||Turnbulls Mor. Philosophy|
|Peter Ogilvie||Volume 1||1/25/1790||2/3/1790||Turnbulls Moral Philoso|
|Peter Wilson||Volume 1||10/7/1791||10/25/1791||Turnbull's Moral Philo.|
|Peter Wilson||Volume 1||10/25/1791||10/29/1791||" con|
|Henry Sands||Volume 1||6/7/1800||6/10/1800||Turnbuls Philo|
|David Van Horne||Volume 1||10/22/1802||10/27/1802||Turnbulls Philosophy|