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An enquiry concerning political justice, and its influence on general virtue and happiness, by William Godwin.

Main Author: Godwin, William, 1756-1836.
Language(s): English
Published: [Dublin: Printed for Luke White,] [1793].
Subjects: Political justice.
Political science.
Note: Location: 228.7-8/2-C.
"This edition is an exact re-print of the 1st quarto ed. of the work published at London in 2 vols. in 1793. The 2nd ed. (1795) was greatly modified & softened in its doctrine. The 2nd ed. was published in 1795. Reprinted at Phil. in 1796, 2vs." (Source of note unknown.)
"John G. Palfrey."
James A. Garfield bookplate
Binder's inscription on spine: "Buckingham's America. Vol. I. Fisher, Son, & Co."
Library owns Vol. I.
Physical Description: 2 v. 23 cm.
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