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Moral and literary dissertations, on the following subjects; 1. On truth and faithfulness. 2. On Habit and Association. 3. On Inconsistency of Expectation in Literary Pursuits. 4. On a Taste for the general Beauties of Nature. 5. On a Taste for the Fine Arts. 6. On the alliance of natural history, and philosophy, with poetry. To which are added a tribute to the memory of Charles de Polier, Esq. and an appendix. By Thomas Percival, M. D. F. R. S. & S. A. member of the Medical societies of London and Edinburgh, and of the royal society of Physicians at Paris, &c. &c.
A precise edition for this title cannot be identified as it is only listed in the 18th Century catalogs, which do not list full publication details. See ESTC links at left for a complete list of editions that may have been owned by the Library.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|William Kenyon||2/15/1790||2/19/1790||Percivals dissertations|
|John Swaine||6/2/1790||6/11/1790||Percival's Dissertations|
|John Cozine||7/29/1790||8/5/1790||Percivals dissertations|
|Polydore B. Wisner||8/11/1790||8/14/1790||Percivals Dissertations|
|Peter Ogilvie||9/4/1790||9/18/1790||Percivals Dissertations|
|Thomas Hammersley||4/28/1791||5/4/1791||Percival Diss|
|John Wood||6/16/1791||6/19/1791||Percival's Dissertations|
|Michael Fullam||11/15/1791||11/28/1791||Percivals dissertations|
|James Renwick||3/6/1792||3/8/1792||Percevals Disertations|
|Joseph Youle||4/6/1792||4/16/1792||Percival Dissertations|