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* Member of the Imperial Academy of sei at St. Petersburgh; Member of the Boy-
with TRANSLATIons, &c. AND AN ADDITIONAL APPENDIX.
TWO VOLUMES BOUND IN ONE.
BE it remembered, that on the seventeenth day of September...A.D. 1821, in the forty: sixth year of the Independence of the United States of America, Wells and Lilly of the said District, have o in this Office the Title of a Book, the Right whereof they claim as Proprietors, in the Words following, to wit -“Elements of the §. of the Human Mind. By Dugald Stewart, Esq., F.R.S.S. Lond. & Edin, Honorary Member of the Imperial Academy of Sciences at St. Petersburgh; Member of the Royal Academy of Berlin; and of the American Philosophieal Society held at Philadelphia ; formerly Professor of Moral Phil in the University of Edinb With Translations, &c, and an additional Appendix. Two Volumes bound in one.”
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BY THE AMERICAN PUBLISHERS.
The present copy of Stewart's Elements of the Philosophy of the Human JMind, is printed from a late English edition. This contains some additions and corrections by the author; especially an Appendix to the second volume. After the printing of the first volume had commenced, it occurred to the publishers, that a translation of the Greek, Latin, and French quotations would be acceptable to many readers. This has been executed with great care and fidelity, and it is hoped will give satisfaction. The translation of the notes of the first volume will be found at page 315, at the end of the Notes and Illustrations of the said volume. The whole work has been carefully revised.
Boston, September, 1821.