A Treatise on the Passions and Affections of the Mind, Philosophical, Ethical, and Theological: In a Series of Disquisitions, in which are Traced, the Moral History of Man, in His Pursuits, Powers, and Motives of Action, and the Means of Obtaining Permanent Well-being and Happiness, Volume 3
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