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|Named Person:||Thomas Reid|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Thomas Reid; William Hamilton, Sir; Dugald Stewart; Henry Longueville Mansel
|Notes:||Includes table of contents.
Text in two columns.
Postscript signed: H.L.M.
First "appeared in an imperfect state in 1846, and was issued with additions in 1863 under the editorship of H.L. Mansel."--Dictionary of national biography.
|Description:||2 v. (, xxiii, , 1034,  p.)|
|Contents:||v. 1. Account of the life and writings of Thomas Reid. Correspondence of Dr. Reid. An inquiry into the human mind. Essays on the intellectual powers of man --
v. 2. Essays on the active powers of man. Account of Aristotle's logic. Account of the University of Glasgow. Editor's supplementary dissertations.
|Series Title:||Library of English literature, LEL 22211-12.|
|Responsibility:||preface, notes and supplementary dissertations, by Sir William Hamilton, bart., advocate, A.M. (Oxon), etc., corresponding member of the Institute of France, honorary member of the American academy of arts and sciences ; of the Latin society of Jena, etc., professor of logic and metaphysics in the University of Edinburgh ; prefixed, Stewart's account of the life and writings of Reid ...|