An Enquiry Into the Structure of the Human Body, Relative to Its Supposed Influence on the Morals of Mankind. By Charles Collignon, M.D. ...
J. Bentham, printer to the University; sold by Messrs. Thurlbourn & Woodyer, and Messrs. Merrils at Cambridge; Mr. Beecroft, and Messrs. Dodsleys, London; Mr. Keymer, at Colchester; Mr. Fletcher at Oxford; and Mr. Sotheran at York, 1764 - 67 pages
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