4 edition of The oeconomy of human life. found in the catalog.
The oeconomy of human life.
by London, printed: Philadelphia, re-printed, and sold by B. Franklin, and D. Hall, at the new-printing-office. in [Philadelphia]
Written in English
|Statement||Translated from an Indian manuscript, found soon after that which contain"d the original of the first part; and written by the same hand. In a second letter from an English gentleman residing at China, to the Earl of ***[.]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 6838|
|Contributions||Hill, John, 1714?-1775|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 112 p.|
|Number of Pages||112|
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This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pagesAuthor: Robert Dodsley. Book/Printed Material Kuthumi: the true and complete œconomy of human life, based on the system of theosophical ethics.
About this Item K U T H U M I THE TRUE AND COMPLETE OECONOMY OF HUMAN LIFE, BASED ON THE SYSTEM OF THEOSOPHICAL ETHICS. A NEW EDITION, Iftebmtten anti PrrfaretJ T COUES. The Oeconomy of Human Life purports to be an English translation of an ancient Indian text found by a Chinese scholar in Lhasa.
Almost certainly written by Robert Dodsley (–), the book became an eighteenth-century esthetic-tokyo.com: John Bray. Printed at Providence (Rhode-Island): By Carter and Wilkinson, and sold at their book and stationary store, opposite the market., M,DCC,XCV.
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In a Letter from an English Gentleman, Now Residing in China, to the Earl of ****. Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital esthetic-tokyo.com projects include the Wayback Machine, esthetic-tokyo.com and esthetic-tokyo.com The Oeconomy of Human Life.
DODSLEY Robert () "Perhaps no book published in the eighteenth century was issued in more separate printings than Robert Dodsley's Oeconomy of Human Life. By the end of the century about two hundred editions had appeared, including forty-eight American editions as well as translations into Latin, Hebrew.
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The Oeconomy of Human Life The Oeconomy is well-known to cultural historians of eighteenth-century England,8 but to my knowledge its place in the varied lineage of western images of Tibet has never been discussed.9 This article aims to fill that gap.
It begins by reviewing the book's contents and. The oeconomy of human life, complete, in two parts: / translated from an Indian manuscript, written by an ancient Bramin. ; To which is prefixed, an account of the manner in which the said manuscript was discovered; in a letter from an English gentleman residing in China, to the Earl of *****.
Publication info. The Oeconomy of Human Life by Robert Dodsley,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. London: T. Rickaby for S & E Harding, Hardcover. 12mo. 1 pp. Contemporary full marbled calf, boards and spine tooled in gilt, black lettering label, gilt.
Marbled endpapers. Illustrated with engraved vignettes by Harding. Hinges and corners neatly mended else a very good copy. The first part, A Letter from an English Gentlemen Now Residing in China has been attributed to Lord. The Oeconomy of Human Life. Translated from an Indian Manuscript, Written by an Ancient Bramin [By Robert Dodsley] - London - E.
Harding. 7" by ", pp. DETAILS. A charming book of moral guidance, illustrated with numerous beautiful engravings.Susanna Watts (–) was a noted English abolitionist, author, translator and artist.
Biography. Watts was born inin Danet's Hall, Leicester, the youngest of three sisters and the only child of John and Joan Watts to survive esthetic-tokyo.com family was left impoverished after her uncle (who had supported the family after Watts' father died when she was 15 months old), died when she.The Oeconomy of Human Life inspired a handful of responses.
One of these—The Oeconomy of Female Life ()—claimed to provide a female-centred corrective. This responsive text is a satire, mocking the grave style and knowing maxims of the original, while undoing the moral order of the relations therein.