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Edward Hyde Clarendon

A compleat collection of tracts, by that eminent statesman The Right Honourable Edward, Earl of Clarendon. Containing, A Vindication of himself from the Impeachment of the House of Commons, in Regard to the Sale of Dunkirk. Essays Moral and Entertaining on the various Faculties and Passions of the Human Mind. Reflections upon War and Peace. A Treatise upon education. Discourses upon the Psalms of David, with an Historical Application of them to the Times of Civil War. Now Published from his Original Manuscripts

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London: Printed for C. Davis, in Holbourn; S. Austen, in Newgate-Street; S. Baker, in Russel-Street near Covent-Garden; J. Whiston, and Lockyer Davis, in Fleet-Street, 1747.
A compleat collection of tracts, by that eminent statesman The Right Honourable Edward, Earl of Clarendon. Containing, A Vindication of himself from the Impeachment of the House of Commons, in Regard to the Sale of Dunkirk. Essays Moral and Entertaining on the various Faculties and Passions of the Human Mind. Reflections upon War and Peace. A Treatise upon education. Discourses upon the Psalms of David, with an Historical Application of them to the Times of Civil War. Now Published from his Original Manuscripts Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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