Moral and literary dissertations, on the following subjects: 1. On truth and faithfulnss. 2. On habit and association. 3. On inconsistency of expectation in literary pursuits. 4. On a taste for the general beauties of nature. 5. On a taste for the fine arts. 6. On the alliance of natural history, and philosophy, with poetry. To which are added a tribute to the memory of Charles de Polier ... and an appendix. By Thomas Percival ...
- Warrington, Printed by W. Eyres, for J. Johnson, London, 1784.
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- Half title: Moral and literary dissertations; chiefly intended as the sequel to A father's instructions.
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Percival, Thomas, 1740-1804, Moral and literary dissertations, on the following subjects, 1784
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