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The history of man: displaying the various powers, faculties, capacities, virtues, vices, and defects of the human mind: As Exhibited In the Conduct, Sentiments, great Undertakings, Improvements, and Attainments, as well in the Arts Civil as Military, of the most Extra-Ordinary Genius's, in the different Ages and Nations of the World. Digested under proper heads. The whole interspers'd with moral reflections. And Calculated to increase Knowledge, to promote Virtue, to discourage Vice, and to furnish Topics for innocent and ingenious Conversation. Precepts may lead us, but Examples draw. In two volumes. ...

MDCCXLVI. [1746]
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London : printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-Noster Row, MDCCXLVI. [1746]

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2v.,plate ; 12⁰.

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ESTC T184125



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