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Correspondence between James Stuart, esq.

Stuart, James

Correspondence between James Stuart, esq.

younger of Dunearn, and the Earl of Morton, Lord Lieutenant of the county of Fife; relative to Mr. Stuart"s resignation of his commission in the Royal Fifeshire Yeomanry Cavalry.

by Stuart, James

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Published by Printed by G. Ramsay in Edinburgh .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsMorton, George Douglas, 16th earl of, 1761-1827
The Physical Object
Pagination[2], 23, [1], 44 p.
Number of Pages44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19789054M

Preface. credit for the conception of this edition belongs to Professor F. A. Hayek, who while a member of the faculty of the London School of Economics nearly twenty years ago began an organized effort to assemble the widely scattered early letters of John Stuart Mill. At that time the only collected edition of Mill’s correspondence was the one edited by Hugh S. R. Elliot which was. Arabella Stuart. THE WORKS OF G. P. R. JAMES, ESQ. REVISED AND CORRECTED BY THE AUTHOR, WITH AN INTRODUCTORY PREFACE. "D'autres auteurs l'ont encore plus avili, (le roman,) en y mêlant les tableaux dégoutant du vice; et tandis que le premier avantage des fictions est de rassembler autour de l'homme tout ce qui, dans la nature, peut lui servir.

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