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Volney's answer to Doctor Priestley, on his pamphlet entitled, "Observations upon the increase of infidelity, with animadversions upon the writings of several modern unbelievers, and especially The ruins of Mr. Volney, with this motto; Minds of little penetration rest naturally on the surface of things. They do not like to pierce deep into them, for fear of labour and trouble; sometimes still more for fear of truth--" [One line of from Racine]
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Volney's answer to Doctor Priestley, on his pamphlet entitled, "Observations upon the increase of infidelity, with animadversions upon the writings of several modern unbelievers, and especially The ruins of Mr. Volney, with this motto; Minds of little penetration rest naturally on the surface of things. They do not like to pierce deep into them, for fear of labour and trouble; sometimes still more for fear of truth--" [One line of from Racine]
Volney, C.-F. (Constantin-François), 1757-1820
Philadelphia : Printed [by Benjamin Franklin Bache] for the author--and sold at the office of the Aurora, no. 112, Market Street, 1797
1797
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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Volney's answer to Doctor Priestley, on his pamphlet entitled, "Observations upon the increase of infidelity, with animadversions upon the writings of several modern unbelievers, and especially The ruins of Mr. Volney, with this motto; Minds of little penetration rest naturally on the surface of things. They do not like to pierce deep into them, for fear of labour and trouble; sometimes still more for fear of truth--" : [One line of from Racine]
Volney, C.-F. (Constantin-François), 1757-1820
Philadelphia: : Printed [by Benjamin Franklin Bache] for the author--and sold at the office of the Aurora, no. 112, Market Street., 1797
1797
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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