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The theory of agreeable sensations: in which the Laws observed by Nature in the distribution of pleasure are investigated; and the principles of natural theology and moral philosophy are established. Including likewise, relative to the same Subject, A Dissertation Upon Harmony of Stile.
London: Printed for W. Owen, between the Temple Gates, Fleet-Street , 1774.
Volume numbers are recorded as they appear in the charging ledgers, and may not correspond to the number of volumes listed in the Library's 19th century catalogs.
Not in Collection
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Cornelius Bogert||Volume 2||10/18/1800||10/28/1800||Theory M Sensat|
|Thomas Service||Volume 1||11/8/1800||12/13/1800||2/4||Theory M Sent.|
|Peter Ogilvie||12/30/1800||1/6/1801||Theory Sensation|
|Anthony Bleecker||8/4/1801||8/8/1801||Theory Sensation|
|Augustus Van Horne||8/8/1801||8/10/1801||Theory Sensation|
|William Wheeler||9/10/1801||9/24/1801||Theory Sensation|
|Walter Burling||2/26/1805||2/28/1805||Theory Agreeable Sensat|