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Natural principles of rectitude, for the conduct of man in all states and situations of life; demonstrated and explained in a systematic treatise on moral philosophy.

Gros, John Daniel.

Published by T. & J. Swords, New York, 1795
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First edition. Born in Germany, Gros was a pastor and professor of both German and moral philosophy at Columbia University. This work is the text version of a course he taught there, and is the "first treatise on Moral Philosophy written and published in America," according to Sabin. 8vo (20 cm, 7.9"). xvi, 456 pp. (lacking half-title). ESTC W28659; Evans 28775; Sabin 28933. 19th-century quarter sheep in imitation of morocco, rubbed and worn; covers pressure-stamped by a now-defunct institution, spine with paper shelving label. Half-title lacking, title-page and a number of others stamped, back free endpaper with pocket. Pages clean save for stamps. Bookseller Inventory # 9536

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Title: Natural principles of rectitude, for the ...

Publisher: T. & J. Swords, New York

Publication Date: 1795

Edition: 1st Edition

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