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BRANCH (Thomas) Thoughts on Dreaming ; occasioned by a Book entitled

An Enquiry into the Nature of the Human Soul.8vo. London, 1738.

[P. 89. (3.)]

A Letter to the Author of An Enquiry into the Nature of the Soul.” Svo.

London, 1741. [P. 97. (6.)]

FLEMING (Caleb) A Survey of the Search after Souls, by Dr. Coward,

Dr. S. Clarke, Mr. Baxter, Dr. Sykes, Dr. Law, Mr. Peckurd, and
others. Wherein the principal Arguments for and againsi the Materiality
of the Soul are collected. 8vo. London, 1758. [P. 258. (1.)]

A Defence of the Conscious Scheme against that of the Mortalist,

occasioned by Mr. Peckard's Observations on Mr. Fleming's Survey, fc.

8vo. London, 1759. [P. 258. (2.)]

Free Thoughts concerning Souls, in Four Essays. To which is added an

Essay on Creation, fc. 8vo. London, 1734. [P. 258. (4.)]

Huet (Peter Daniel) An Essay on the Weakness of the Human Under-

standing, translated from the French. 8vo. London, 1732.

[P. 156. (1.)]

Law (Exlmund) An Enquiry into the Ideas of Space, Time, Immensity,

and Eternity. 8vo. Cambridge, 1734. [P. 259. (1.)]

WATERLAND (Daniel) A Dissertation upon the Argument à priori for

proving the Existence of a First Cause. In a Letter to Mr. Law. 8vo.

London, 1734. [P. 259. (2.)]

HUME (David) Essays on several Subjects. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1764.

[Gg. 7. 46,47.]

Hume (David) Essays and Dissertations, Moral, Political, and Philoso-

phical. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1748-50–57. [F. 27. 9–11.]

Hume (David) A Treatise of Human Nature. 2 vols. 8vo. London,

1817. [Gg. 5, 44,45.]

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1739. [Dd. 21. 12.)

Hame (David) Essays on Suicide and the Immortality of the Soul.

12mo. London, 1783. [Hh. 4. 33.]

Brown (Thomas) Obserrations on the Nature and Tendency of the Doctrine

of Mr. Hume, concerning the Relation of Cause and Efect. 8vo. Edin-

burgh, 1806. [Gg. 6. 36.]

MACLAUCHAN (Daniel) A Philosophical Dissertation upon Death, com-

posed for the Consolation of the Unhappy. 8vo. London, 1732.

[P. 65. (15.)]

VOLTAIRE (M. de) The Metaphysics of Sir I. Newton, or a Comparison

between the Opinions of Sir I. Newton and Mr. Leibnitz. Translated

from the French by David Erskine Baker. 8vo. London, 1747.

[P. 304. (4.)]

Hartley (David) Observations on Man, his Frame, his Duty, and his

Expectations. 8vo. London, 1749. [D. 21. 21,22.]

Hartley's Theory of the Human Mind, on the principle of the Associa-

tion of Ideas. With Essays relating to the subject of it by Joseph
Priestley. 8vo. London, 1775. [Gg. 3. 44.]

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1785. [G. 23. 3.]

Watts (Isaac) Philosophical Essays on various Subjects. 8vo. London,

1734. [R. 19. 27.]

HAMILTON (Hugh) Philosophical Essays. 12mo. Dublin, 1767.

'[Hh. 4. 28.]

TUCKER (Abraham) Man in quest of Himself: or a Defence of the Indi-

viduality of the Human Mind or Self. 8vo. London, 1763.

[P. 313. (2.)]

The Light of Nature pursued. By Edward Search [Abraham Tucker.]

3 vols. 8vo. London, 1768. [D. 25. 7-9.]

CHURCH (Thomas) An Analysis of the Philosophical Works of Lord Bo-

lingbroke. 8vo. London, 1765. [P. 245. 2.)]

HEATHCOTE (Ralph) A Sketch of Lord Bolingbroke's Philosophy. 8vo.

London, 1765. [P. 245. 3.]

BULKLEY (Charles) Notes on the Philosophical Works of Lord Boling-

broke. 8vo. London, 1765. [P. 245. (4.)]

BEATTIE (James) An Essay on the Nature and Immutability of Truth.

8vo. Edinburgh, 1770. [D. 26. 6.]

REID (Thomas) Essays on the Intellectual Powers of Man. 4to. Edina

burgh, 1785. [C. 21. 23.]

Reid (Thomas) An Inquiry into the Human Mind, upon the Principles
of Common Sense. 8vo. London, 1801. [Gg. 7. 52.]

Another Copy. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1818. [Gg. 5. 56.]
PRIESTLEY (Joseph) An Eramination of Dr. Reid's Inquiry into the Human

Mind on the Principles of Common Sense ; Dr. Beattie's Essay on the
Nature and Immutability of Truth; and Dr. Oswald's Appeal to Com-

mon Sense in behalf of Religion. 8vo. London, 1784. [G. 25. 11.]
BERKELEY (George, Bishop of Cloyne) Treatise concerning the Princi-

ples of Human Knowledge: with Remarks on each Section, in which

his Doctrines are candidly examined, and shewn to be repugnant to

facts, his principles incompatible with the Constitution of Human Na-

ture and the Reason and Fitness of Things. To which are added his

Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous; and a Philosophical Dis-

course on the Nature of Human Being, containing a Defence of Mr.

Locke's Principles, and some Remarks on Dr. Beattie's Essay on

Truth-Letters on Materialism and Hartley's Theory of the Human

Mind. · Addressed to Dr. Priestley. 8vo. London, 1786, 1776.

[G. 24. 2.]

STEWART (Dugald) Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind.

Vol. J. 8vo. London, 1811. (Gg. 5. 57.]

*Stewart (Dugald) Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind.

Vol. II. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1814.

Stewart (Dugald) Philosophical Essays. 4to. Edinburgh, 1810.

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Man's MORTALLITIE; a Treatise wherein it is proved that Man is a com-

pound wholly mortall, contrary to the common distinction of Soul

and Body. 4to. Amsterdam, 1643. [L. 15. 21.]
THE PREROGATIVE of Man: or his Soul's Immortality and high Per-

fection defended. 4to. 1645. [M. 15. 37.]

Lux ORIENTALIS: or an Enquiry into the Opinion of the Eastern Sages concerning the Præ-existence of Souls. 12mo. London, 1662.

[G. 8. 17.] DODWELL (Henry) A Discourse proving from the Scriptures and the

first Fathers that the Soul is a principle naturally mortal, but immortalized actually, by the Pleasure of God to Punishment, or, to Reward by its Union with the Divine Baptismal Spirit. 8vo. London, 1706.

[R. 10. 3.] Thoughts concerning the Human Soul: demonstrating the Notion of the Hu

man Soul as believed to be a Spiritual Immortal Substance united to a Humun Body, to be a Heathenish Invention. 8vo. London, 1702.

[R. 10. 34.] Smith (Thomas) The Immortality of the Human Soul proved from Scrip

ture and Reason. 8vo. London, 1703. (M. 19. 41.] TURNER (John) Justice done to Human Souls, in a Short View of Mr.

Dodwell's Epistolary Discourse. 8vo. London, 1706. [M. 19. 39.] Turner (John) A Brief Vindication of the Separate Eristence and Immor

tality of the Soul, in Reply to Mr. Dodwell's Second Thoughts. 4to. London, 1702. [N. 8. 30.]

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1702-3. [P. 38. (18,19.)] CHISHULL (Edmund) A Charge of Heresy maintained against Mr. Dod

well's Epistolary Discourse concerning the Mortality of the Soul. 8vo.

London, 1706. [N. 7. 44.] PITTS (John) A Defence of the Animadversions on Mr. Chishull's Charge

of Heresie against Mr. Dodwell's Epistolary Discourse on the Immor

tality of the Soul. 8vo. London, 1708. [M. 19. 17.] Chishull (Edmund) Some Testimonies of Justin Martyr set in a true light ;

as they relate to Mr. Dodwell's Question concerning the Immortality of the Soul. 8vo. London, 1708. [M. 19. 26.]

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1708. [N. 9. 3.] CLARKE ( Samuel) A Letter to Mr. Dodwell, in Reply to his Epistolary Discourse, proving the Natural Immortality of the Soul. 8vo. London, 1706.

[N. 9. 3.] Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1708. [L. 17. 25.]

Three Defences of an Argument made use of, in a Letter to Mr. Dodwell, to prove the Immateriality and Natural Immortality of the Soul. 8vo. London, 1707-8. (M. 19. 31.]

Fourth Defence. 8vo. London, 1808. [M. 19. 17.]

Four Defences. 8vo. London, 1707-8. [N. 9. 3.] Clarke (Samuel) Letter to Mr. Dodwell, with the Four Defences of it, fc.

folio, Works, Vol. III. [N. 3. 33.] MILLES (Thomas) The Natural Immortality of the Soul, asserted and

proved from the Scriptures and first Fathers ; in Opposition to Mr. Dod

well's Epistolary Discourse. 8vo. London, 1707. [M. 6. 4.] COLLINS (Antony) A Reply to Mr. Clarke's [First] Defence of his Letter

to Mr. Dodwell; with a Postscript relating to Mr. Milles's Answer to

Mr. Dodwell's Epistolary Discourse. 8vo. London, 1707. [N. 9. 3.] · Immortality preternatural to Human Souls; the Gift of Jesus Christ,

collated by the Holy Spirit in Baptism ; proved to be a Catholick Doc

trine by the universal consent of the Holy Fathers during the first four centuries. Being a Vindication of Mr. Dodwell against that part of Mr. Clark's Answer, which concerns the Fathers. 8vo. London, 1708.

[M. 16. 28.] GROVE (Henry) An Essay towards a Demonstration of the Soul's Imma

teriality. 8vo. London, 1718. [P. 156. (4.)] An Essay towards demonstrating the Immateriality and Free Agency of

the Soul. 8vo. London, 1740. [P. 96. (5.)] The Grand Question debated; or an Essay to prove that the Soul is not,

neither can it be, immortal. 8vo. Dublin, 1751. [P. 263. (2.)]

(3) PHRENOLOGY. *SPURZHEIM (J. G.) Phrenology; or the Doctrine of the Mind, and the

Relation between its Manifestations and the Body. Third Edition.

8vo. London, 1825. Spurzheim (J. G.) The Physiognomical System of Drs. Gall and Spurzheim, founded on Anatomical and Physiological Examinations of the Nervous System in general, and of the Brain in particular, and indicating the Dispositions and Manifestations of the Mind. royal 8vo.

London, 1815. [Ee. 1. 88.] Spurzbeim (J. G.) An Examination of the Objections made in Great Bri

tain against the Doctrines of Gall and Spurzheim. 8vo. Edinburgh,

1817. [Gg. 7.7.] *Spurzheim (J. G.) Phrenology in connection with the Study of Physio

gnomy. Two Parts. royal 8vo. London, 1826. *Combe (George) A System of Phrenology. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1826. *Transactions of the Phrenological Society. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1824.


SOPHICAL LIBERTY AND Necessity. A Discourse of Natural and Moral Impotency. 8vo. London, 1671.

[M. 18. 12.] HOBBES (Thomas) Of Liberty and Necessity. 12mo. London, 1684.

[R. 13. 73.] Hobbes (Thomas) A Letter to William, Duke of Newcastle, concerning

the Controversy he had with Bishop Laney, about Liberty and Neces

sity. 12mo. London, 1670. [M. 18. 26.] COLLINS (Anthony) A Philosophical Inquiry concerning Human Liberty.

8vo. London, 1717. (P. 156. (3.)] Collins (Anthony) A Dissertation on Necessity and Liberty; wherein the

Process of Ideas, from their first Entrance into the Soul, until the Pro

duction of Action, is delineated. 8vo. London, 1729. [P. 65. (12.)] JACKSON (John) A Vindication of Human Liberty, in Answer to Mr. Collins'

Dissertation." 8vo. London, 1730. [P. 65. (13.)] Jackson (John) A Defense of Human Liberty, in Answer to the principal Arguments which have been alledged against it. 8vo. London, 1725.

[D. 24. 16.] Letters between Mr. Jackson and Mr. Dudgeon, concerning the Immensity

and Union of God; God's Moral Government; The Existence of material and spiritual Substance; the Nature of Necessity and Fute, and of Liberty of Action; the Foundation, Distinction, und Consequences of Virtue and Vice, Gool und Eril. Written in 1735-36-37. In Two Parts. 8vo.

London, 1737. [P. 100. (4,5.)] FANCOURT (Samuel) An Essay concerning Liberty, Grace, and Prescience.

8vo. London, 1729. [P. 60. (1.)] The Divine Prescience, or Free contingent Events, vindicated and prored; in

Answer to Mr. Fancourt's Essay. 8vo. London, 1729. [P. 60. (2.)] NORMAN (John) God's Foreknowledge of contingent Events vindicated; in

Answer to Mr. Fancourt. 8vo. London, 1729. [P. 60. (3.)] Fancourt (Samuel) What will be, must be; or, Future Contingencies no

Contingencies. Or a short Review and fair State of the Points in Controversy. In a Letter to Mr. John Norman. 8vo. Saruin, 1730.

[P. 60. (4.)] BLISS ( Anthony) A Vindication of God's Prescience of Contingencies upon

the Principles of Reason: against the Objections of Mr. Fancourt. 8vo.

London, 1730. [P. 60. (5.)] Norman (John) An Appendir to a Letter to the Rev. Mr. Fancourt, in

Vindication of God's foreknowledge of contingent Erents : containing Animadversions upon his late Letter, entitled What will be, must be."

8vo. London, 1730. [P. 60. (6.)] Fancourt (Samuel) The Apology: or a Letter setting forth the Occasion,

Progress, and Importance of the present Controversy. 8vo. Sarum,

1730. [P. 60. (7.)] Fancourt (Samuel) Appendix to a Letter to Mr. Norman. 8vo. Sarum,

1730. [P. 60. (8.)] The Free-Agency of Accountable Creatures examined with Candour ; being a Reply to Objections urged against it. 8vo. London, 1733.

[P. 60. (9.)] The certain Futurity of free Actions no Contradiction ; or God's Foreknow

ledge of Events not inconsistent with Human Liberty. A Letter occusioned by a Pamphlet entitled Free-Agency of accountable Creatures er

amined." 8vo. London, 1733. [P. 60. (10.)] An Essay on the Freedom of Will in God and in Creatures, and on subjects

connected therewith. 8vo. London, 1733. [P. 60. (11.)] BURROUGHES (Joseph) God's Foreknowledge of all Erents, not inconsistent

with Human Liberty. 8vo. London, 1733. [P. 202. (3.)] Strut (Samuel) A Philosophical Enquiry into the Physical Spring of

Human Actions and the immediate Cause of Thinking. 8vo. London,

1738. [P. 65. (14.)] CORRIE (-) Reflections on Liberty and Necessity. 8vo. London,

1761. [P. 263. (1.)] Free-Will, Foreknowledge, and Fate, a Fragment, by Edward Search.

[Abraham Tucker.] 8vo. London, 1763. [P. 313. (1.)] An Essay concerning Divine Prescience; or a Modest Enquiry, Whether

all things, that should be in time considered in every state, were certainly foreknown to God from Eternity; and the Author's Reasons for the Affirmative, humbly proposed. 8vo. Dublin, 1763. [P. 263. (3.)]

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