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Jennings, Henry Constantine, 1731-1819.

Summary and free reflections, in which the great outline only, and principal features, of several interesting subjects, are impartially traced, and candidly examined.

[Taunton? Eng.] 1798 [i.e., 1800]
Physical Description:
[428] p. 23 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
PR4825 J23 A16 1800
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A collection, with a general title page, of separate essays, each with its own pagination and register.
Various pagings.
"Thomas Norris, printer, White-lion-court, Taunton."

  • An endeavour to prove that reason is alone sufficient to the firm establishment of religion. Appendix.--Thoughts on the rise and decline of the polite arts.--Cursory remarks on infancy and education.--A translation of the fifth canto of Dante's Inferno, and of the entire scene and narrative of Hugolino.-- Observations on the advantages attending an elevated and dry situation.--Considerations on the destructive application of gold.--A free enquiry into the enormous increase of attornies.--A physical enquiry into the powers and properties of spirit. Postscript. Revision.--My final fare-well to this interesting subject. 1800.

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