Essays upon several moral subjects. In two parts. Part I. Upon pride. Upon cloaths. Upon duelling. Upon general kindness. Upon the Office of a chaplain. Upon the weakness of human reason. Part II. Of fame. Of musick. Of the value of life. Of the spleen. Of eagerness of desire. Of friendship. Of popularity. A thought. Of the entertainment of books. Of considence. Of envy. Of the aspect. Against despair. Of covetousness. Of liberty. Of old age. Of pleasure. By Jeremy Collier, M.A.

  • Collier, Jeremy, 1650-1726.
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London : Printed for Daniel Brown without Temple-Bar; J. Nicholson in Little-Britain; B. Took near Temple-Bar, and G. Strahan in Cornhill, 1703.

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[8],246,[2]p. ; 80.


The fifth edition.

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ESTC N9313


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