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Millar, John, 1735-1801.
Origin of the distinction of ranks or, An inquiry into the circumstances which give rise to influence and authority, in the different members of society.
Basil, J.J. Tourneisen, 1793
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|Description:||iv, 284 p. 21 cm.|
|Contents:||Contents.--Of the rank and condition of women in different ages.--Of the jurisdiction and authority of a father over his children.--The authority of a chief over the members of a tribe or viillage.--The authority of a sovereign, and of subordinate officers, over a society composed of different tribes or villages.--The changes produced in the government of a people, by their progress in arts, and in polished manners.--The authority of a master over his servants.|
|Responsibility:||By John Millar.|