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Religion and ethics -- Early works to 1800.
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    E-RESOURCE 1763

Essays and letters on the following various and important subjects viz. On religion in general. Of Happiness. Of Honesty. Of Affability and Complaisance. Of Envy. Of Idleness. Of Luxury and Extravagance, Temperance and Frugality. Of arbitrary Governm

   
London : printed only for Thomas Hope, at the Bible and Anchor, opposite the North Gate of the Royal Exchange, Thread-Needle-Street,    The second edition, with alterations and large additions. ..    xiii,[3],377,[39]p. ; 8⁰. 1763
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    E-RESOURCE 1732

The eternal obligation of natural religion or, the Foundation of Morality to God and Man. Being An Answer to Dr. Wright's Remarks upon Mr. Mole's Sermon. By Phil-Orthos. / [electronic resource] :

    Johnston, George, fl. 1732-1733.
London : printed for T. Cox, at the Lamb, under the Royal-Exchange,        48p. ; 8⁰. 1732
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    PRINTED BOOKS 1745

Ethices compendium in usum juventutis Academicæ auctiùs & emendatiùs editum. : Cui accedit methodus argumentandi Aristotelica.

   
Oxonii : Impensis Edvardi Broughton,        [4], 104 p. ; (12mo) 1745
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    E-RESOURCE 1745

Ethices compendium in usum juventutis academicæ auctìus & emendatìus editum. Cui accedit methodus argumentandi Aristotelica. / [electronic resource] :

   
Oxonii : impensis Edvardi Broughton Bibliopolae,        [4],104p. ; 12⁰. 1745
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    E-RESOURCE 1716

The Free-holder. And the weekly-packet. Tuesday, April 10th, 1716 / [electronic resource].

   
Edinburgh : Printed for George Steuart book-seller, and sold at his Shop,        [8] p. ; 1/4⁰. 1716
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    E-RESOURCE 1736

Human reason an insufficient guide in matters of religion and morality. Being the Substance of Two sermons Preach'd before the University of Oxford, at St. Mary's Church, On Sunday, October 27, 1734, and Monday February 2. 1735-6. in which the Argume

    Edgcumbe, James, 1704 or 5-1750.
London : printed for S. Wilmot, at Oxford; and sold by Messieurs Knapton and Innys, in Ludgate-Street; Thomas Longman, in Pater-Noster-Row; and S. Birt,in Ave-Mary-Lane,        43,[1]p. ; 8⁰. 1736
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    E-RESOURCE 1713

A second part or further prosecution of the moral and Christian manual vade mecum or pocket-book Of several religious thoughts, and considerations. To beget, quicken, nourish, strengthen, and confirm the heart in true devotion and all heavenly minded

    J. L., Presbyter of the Church of Ireland.
Dublin : Printed by Francis Dickson, at the Union on Cork-Hill,        [2],113-227,[1];[2],18p. ; 12⁰. 1713
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    E-RESOURCE 1718

Some missives written to a gentleman which contain the author's aim, at detecting and refuting the Deism (as it is called) or, atheism and libertinism of our time / [electronic resource].

    Hog, James, 1658?-1734.
Edinburgh : printed by John Mosman, William Brown, and Mr. James M'euen, and sold at Mr. John Macky bookseller, his Shop in the Parliament-Closs,        vi,104,[2]p. ; 8⁰. 1718
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