The moral state of nations,
or Travels over the most interesting part of the globe, to discover the source of moral motion; communicated to lead mankind through the conviction of the senses to intellectual existence, and an enlightened state of nature ... In the year of man's retrospective knowledge, by astrononmical calculation 5000.
|Main Author:||Stewart, John, 1749-1822.|
Granville, Middletown, N. J., Reprinted by G. H. Evans, 1837.
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"The revelation of nature: wherein the source of moral motion is disclosed ... [By John Stewart. Granville, Middletown, N. J.] 1835.": 122 p. at end.
5 p. ℓ., -126, 122 p.
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