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A view of society in Europe, in its progress from rudeness to refinement

Gilbert Stuart

A view of society in Europe, in its progress from rudeness to refinement

or, inquiries concerning the history of law, government, and manners. By Gilbert Stuart, LL.D.

by Gilbert Stuart

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Published by printed by J. Robertson in Edinburgh .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationviii,iv,425[i.e.441],[7]p.
Number of Pages441
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Open LibraryOL20791944M

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Stuart was one of the most active reviewers of the Monthly Review, writing around articles, including the already-quoted review of Robertson’s History of America. Between and he coedited, with William Smellie, the Edinburgh Magazine and Review, for Author: Silvia Sebastiani.

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By Gilbert Stuart, A new edition. Basil, Eighteenth Century Collections Online. Gale. CIC Penn State University. 22 July. William Zachs is the author of The First John Murray and the Late Eighteenth-Century London Book Trade ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published 1 5/5(1).The View of the Progress of Society was written by Robertson as a volume-length introduction to the History of Charles V, in an attempt to explore the forces of causality underlying long-term historical processes which led, by the beginning of the sixteenth century, to the rise of states capable of sustaining large-scale and long-standing Author: László Kontler.Society for Cultural and Scientific Progress in Central and Eastern Europe is an international non-profit organization with the stated goals: – Promoting and facilitating cooperation among scientists – especially among the young scientists whose career is only at the beginning of its development.