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King, William - An Essay on the Origin of Evil, 1731 (ESTC T133421)

Author(s): 
King, William
Title: 
An Essay on the Origin of Evil. By Dr. William King, late Lord Archbishop of Dublin. Translated from the Latin, with large Notes; tending to explain and vindicate some of the Author's Principles Against the Objections of Bayle, Leibnitz, the Author of a Philosophical Enquiry concerning Human Liberty; and others. To which is prefix'd A Dissertation Concerning the Fundamental Principle and immediate Criterion of Virtue. As also, The Obligation to, and Approbation of it. With some account of The Origin of the Passions and Affections
Place of Publication: 
London
Printer(s)/Publisher(s): 
Printed for W. Thurlbourn Bookseller in Cambridge; and sold by R. Knaplock, J. and J. Knapton, and W. Innis in St. Paul's Church-Yard London
Publication Year: 
1731
ESTC Number: 
T133421
Notes: 
Section IV, "Of the Passions," is by John Gay.
Copies/Volumes: 
Harvard University - Harvard Depository, KG 1770
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