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A discourse on the soul and instinct : physiologically distinguished from materialism : introductory to the course of lectures on the institutes of medicine and materia medica, in the University of the City of New York, delivered on the evening of Nov. 2, 1848 / by Martyn Paine.

Paine, Martyn, 1794-1877.
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1849
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Paine on the soul, instinct, and life

Publication/Creation

New York : Republished by E.H. Fletcher, 1849.

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xi, 230 pages ; 20 cm

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Enl. ed.

Notes

"Published originally by the medical class."
Includes a second essay (p. [175]-230) with special title page: A discourse upon organic life, as distinguished from the chemical and physical doctrines

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Includes bibliographical references

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