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The doctrine of the passions explain'd and improv'd: Or, a brief and comprehensive scheme of the natural affections of mankind, attempted in a plain and easy method; with an account of their names, nature, appearances, effects and different uses in human life: to which is added a defence against the temptation to self-murther. Together with some reflections on excess in strong liquors, duelling, and other practices akin to this henious sin. By I. Watts, D.D.

  • Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748.
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Dublin : Printed by R. Reilly, on Cork-Hill. For G. Ewing, bookseller at the Angel and Bible in Dame-street, MDCCXXXVII. [1737]

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[2],vii,[3],142,vii,[1],100p. ; 120.

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ESTC N2195



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