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Juvenile philosophy

containing amusing and instructive discourses on Hogarth's prints of tne industrious and idle apprentices ; analogy between plants and animals ; &c., &c. ; designed to enlarge the understandings of youth, and to impress them at an early period with just and liberal conceptions.

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An edition of Juvenile philosophy (1801)

Juvenile philosophy

containing amusing and instructive discourses on Hogarth's prints of tne industrious and idle apprentices ; analogy between plants and animals ; &c., &c. ; designed to enlarge the understandings of youth, and to impress them at an early period with just and liberal conceptions.

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Published in

London

Table of Contents

Industry and idleness
Gold
Iron
The old travellers
Coal
The horse
The letter
The Quaker
A striking example of anger, revenge, fear, justice, honour, and heroism, exemplified by the following story
Analogy between plants and animals

Edition Notes

Genre
Juvenile literature.

The Physical Object

Pagination
[2] leaves, 188 p., [1] leaf of plates :

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL7160831M
Internet Archive
juvenilephilosop00corbiala
OCLC/WorldCat
12824522

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