SOLITUDE CONSIDERED WITH RESPECT TO ITS INFLUENCE UPON THE MIND AND THE HEART.
by Zimmermann, Johann Georg. ritter von (1728-1795)
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- SOLITUDE CONSIDERED WITH RESPECT TO ITS INFLUENCE UPON THE MIND AND THE HEART.
- Zimmermann, Johann Georg. ritter von (1728-1795)
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- Printed for J. Crukshank, W. Young, T. Dobson, M. Carey, etc, Philadelphia: .
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- EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINTS PHILOSOPHY JOHANN GEORG ZIMMERMANN SOLITUDE CONSIDERED MIND AND THE HEART ENGLISH TRANSLATION EVANS PHILADELPHIA IMPRINT 1793
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