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" I shall inform you of a few that have come to my knowledge. I believe I have mentioned to you already Helvetius's book de 1'Esprit. It is worth your reading, not for its philosophy, which I do not highly value, but for its agreeable composition. "
The Works of Dugald Stewart: Account of the life and writings of Adam Smith ... - Page 36
by Dugald Stewart - 1829
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volume 27

1795
...your reading, not for its philofophy, which I do not highly value, but for its agreeable compofition. I had a letter from him a few days ago, wherein he tells me that my name was much offener in the manufcript, but that the Cenfor if Books at Paris obliged him to ftrike it out. Voltaire...
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Essays on Philosophical Subjects

Adam Smith - 1795 - 244 pages
...which I do not highly value, but for its agreeable competition. I had a letter from him a few.days ago, wherein he tells me that my name was much oftener in the manufcript, but that the Cenfor of books at Paris obliged him to ftrike it out. VOLTAIRE has lately...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 7

1796
...your reading, not for its philofophy, which I do not highly value, but for its agreeable compofition. I had a letter from him a few days ago, wherein he tells me that my name was much oftener in the marmfcript, but that the Cenfor of books at Paris obliged him to ftrikeit out. Voltaire has lately...
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 7

1796
...your reading, not for its philnfophy, which I do not highly value, but for its agreeable compofuion, I had a letter from him a few days ago, wherein he tells me that my name was much oftensr in the manufcript, but that the Cenfor of books at Paris obliged bun to ftrike it out. Voltaire...
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Annual Register, Volume 37

Edmund Burke - 1800
...your reading, not for its phiiofophy, which I do not highly value, but for its agreeable compolition. I had a letter from him a few days ago, wherein he tells me that my name was much ottener in the manuicript, but that the céhfor of books at Paris obliged him (o ftrike it out. Voltaire...
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An Account of the Life and Writings of David Hume, Esq

Thomas Edward Ritchie - 1807 - 520 pages
...reading, not for its philofophy, which I do not highly value, but for its agreeable compofition. 1 had a letter from him a few days ago, wherein he tells me that my name was much oftener in the manufcript, but that the cenfor of books at Paris obliged him to flrike it out, " Voltaire " Voltaire...
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De l'esprit; or, Essays on the mind. Transl. To Which are now prefixed, a ...

Claude Adrien Helvétius - 1807
...but for its agreeable compofition." He adds a circumftance which will not be eafily reconciled : u 1 had a letter from him a few days ago, wherein he tells me, that my name was much oftener in the manufcript, but that the cenfor of books at Paris obliged him to rtrikc it out." It is difficult to...
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An Account of the Life and Writings of David Hume

Thomas Edward Ritchie - 1807 - 520 pages
...your reading, not for its philofophy, which I do not highly value, but for its agreeable compoution, 1 had a letter from him a, few days ago, wherein he tells me that my name •was much offener in the manufcript, but that the ceufor of books at Paris obliged him, to flrike it out. " Voltaire...
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Annual Register, Volume 37

1807
...believe I have mentioned to you already Helvetius's book De l'Esprit. Il is worth your reading, not tor its philosophy, which I do not highly value, but for its agreeable composition. I had a letter trom him a tew days ago, wherein he tells me that my name was much offener in the manuscript, but that...
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De L'esprit, Or, Essays on the Mind, and Its Several Faculties

Helvétius - 1810 - 498 pages
...but for its agreeable compofition." He adds a circumftance which will not be eafily reconciled : " I had a letter from him a few days ago, wherein he tells me, that my name was much oftener in the manufcript, but that the cenfor of books at Paris obliged him to ftrike it out." It is difficult to...
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