City Readers Digital Historic Collections at the New York Society Library
Thoughts on moral government and agency, and the origin of moral evil; in opposition to the doctrine of absolute, moral, Christian, and philosophical necessity. Also, strictures on Dr. Priestley's correspondence with Dr. Price, on the same subject.
Evesham: Printed for the author by John Agg: and sold by Whieldon and Butterworth, Fleet-Street, London; by the printer; and all other booksellers in town and country, 1792.
Not in Collection
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Matthew Clarkson||7/24/1801||8/3/1801||Butterworth's Moral Agency|
|David Van Horne||2/6/1802||2/9/1802||Butterworths M Agency|
|Peter Wilson||9/6/1802||9/15/1802||Butters M Agency|
|Israel Wilkes||9/22/1804||9/27/1804||Butterworths M Agency|
|Israel Wilkes||12/16/1805||12/21/1805||Butterworth M Agency|