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Fri Mar 21 17:15:19 2014 UTClccn-n790071970.56The elements of logick. In four books. Book I. Of the Original of our Ideas, their various Divisions, and the Manner in which they contribute to the Increase of Knowledge ; with a Philosophical Account of the Rise, Progress, and Nature of human Language. Book II. Of the Grounds of human Judgment, the Doctrine of Propositions, their Use in Reasoning, and Division into self-evident and demonstrable. Book III. Of Reasoning and Demonstration, with their Application of Knowledge, and the common Affairs of Life. Book IV. Of the Methods of Invention and Science, where the several Degrees of Evidence are examined, the Notion of Certainty is fixed and stated, and the Parts of Knowledge in which it may be attained, demonstrated at Large. Designed particularly for young Gentlemen at the University, and to prepare the Way to the Study of Philosophy and the Mathematicks. By William Duncan, Professor of Philosophy in the Marishal College of Aberdeen0.830.93The elements of logic in four books : designed particularly for young gentlemen at the university, and to prepare the way to the study of philosophy and the mathematics /8654261William_Duncan_(philosopher)n 79007197241324Duncan, W.lccn-n79032166Cicero, Marcus Tulliuslccn-n79021400Caesar, Juliuslccn-no90022159Poyntz, Stephen1685-1750lccn-n82039375Campbell, Malcolm1758?-1821lccn-n84134395Hirtius, Auluslccn-n88080165Tiebout, Cornelius1777-1832lccn-n85198510Duyckinck, Evert1764?-1833lccn-n85057431Cockman, Thomastrllccn-n88007600Melmoth, William1710?-1799trllccn-nr2006022586L. Nichols & CoprtDuncan, William1717-1760HistoryDirectoriesRegistersMilitary historyLogicEurope--GaulRome (Empire)New York (State)--New YorkRhetoric, AncientMilitary history, AncientGallic Wars (Gaul : 58-51 B.C.)BriberyCorruptionUnited StatesPolitical poetry, EnglishSpeeches, addresses, etc., LatinCivil War (Rome : 49-45 B.C.)Cicero, Marcus TulliusFriendshipOld ageSpeeches, addresses, etcLatin language--Readers--OratoryMilitary art and scienceJugurthine War (111-105 B.C.)Conspiracy of Catiline (Rome : 65-62 B.C.)Catiline,Roman lawDirectoriesDe bello Gallico (Caesar, Julius)Textbooks17171760174817521753175517561759176417691770177117761777177917801786178717911792179317941795179617991800180118021804180618071811181418151816181818191820182518281829183018311832183318341835183618371838183918401841184318441845184618471848185118521855185818591861186818971970197419751977197819792005373554432160AC4ocn002117358ocn013735618ocn044130488ocn000642586ocn004710002ocn005695116ocn000998814ocn015532074ocn006711708ocn009559466ocn3120766871206148ocn645790831file17480.76Duncan, WilliamThe elements of logick. In four books. ... By William Duncan82150ocn015460663book17920.93Duncan, WilliamThe elements of logic in four books : designed particularly for young gentlemen at the university, and to prepare the way to the study of philosophy and the mathematics32630ocn015456317book17560.84Cicero, Marcus TulliusCicero's select orations translated into English ; with the original Latin, from the best editions, in the opposite page ; and notes historical, critical, and explanatory: Designed For the Use of Schools, as well as private Gentlemen23542ocn004667615book17530.81Caesar, JuliusThe commentaries of Cæsar, translated into English. To which is prefixed A discourse concerning the Roman art of war. By William Duncan ... Illustrated with cutsHistory1828ocn000097818book17520.84Duncan, WilliamThe elements of logic, 17481048ocn642345494file17960.79Duncan, WilliamThe true Briton containing poems, curious, moral, and political: (chiefly in the Scots language) by William Duncan10210ocn062827900file17930.88Duncan, WilliamThe New-York directory, and register, for the year 1792 [i.e. 1793] Illustrated with a new and accurate plan of the city and part of Long-Island, exactly laid down, agreeably, to the latest survey ...DirectoriesRegisters1008ocn062827899file17910.88Duncan, WilliamThe New-York directory, and register, for the year 1791. Illustrated with a new and accurate plan of the city, and part of Long-Island, exactly laid down, agreeable to the latest survey. ...DirectoriesRegisters999ocn062827903file17920.86Duncan, WilliamThe New-York directory, and register, for tre [sic] year 1792. Illustrated with a new and accurate plan of the city, and part of Long-Island, exactly laid down, agreeably to the latest survey. : --Containing-- the names, occupations, and places of abode of the citizens, arranged in alphabetical order ; a list of the engineers and firemen of the city of New-York ; a register of the executive, legislative, and judicial magistrates of the United States, and of the state of New-York ... : --To which is added-- a list of duties payable on goods, wares and merchandize, imported into the United States. : --And-- a chronological table of remarkable events which have happened since the first discovery of America.DirectoriesRegisters9911ocn062827902file17950.88Duncan, WilliamThe New-York directory, and register, for the year 1795. Illustrated with a new and accurate plan ...DirectoriesRegisters977ocn062827901file17940.88Duncan, WilliamThe New-York directory, and register, for the year 1794. Illustrated with a new and accurate plan of the city and part of Long-Island, exactly laid down, agreeably, to the latest survey ...DirectoriesRegisters9114ocn013735618book18320.88Caesar, JuliusCaesarHistoryMilitary history561ocn642391944file17700.56Duncan, WilliamThe elements of logick. In four books. Book I. Of the Original of our Ideas, their various Divisions, and the Manner in which they contribute to the Increase of Knowledge ; with a Philosophical Account of the Rise, Progress, and Nature of human Language. Book II. Of the Grounds of human Judgment, the Doctrine of Propositions, their Use in Reasoning, and Division into self-evident and demonstrable. Book III. Of Reasoning and Demonstration, with their Application of Knowledge, and the common Affairs of Life. Book IV. Of the Methods of Invention and Science, where the several Degrees of Evidence are examined, the Notion of Certainty is fixed and stated, and the Parts of Knowledge in which it may be attained, demonstrated at Large. Designed particularly for young Gentlemen at the University, and to prepare the Way to the Study of Philosophy and the Mathematicks. By William Duncan, Professor of Philosophy in the Marishal College of Aberdeen3711ocn000861967book18330.79Cicero, Marcus TulliusThe orations334ocn044130488book18330.86Cicero, Marcus TulliusCicero : the orations translated by Duncan, the offices by Cockman, and the Cato and Laelius by Melmoth206ocn680891125book17710.88Cicero, Marcus TulliusSelect orations187ocn009559466book18010.81Cicero, Marcus TulliusSelect orations of Marcus Tullius Cicero:165ocn697677753com18320.81Caesar, JuliusCommentaries Translated into English; to which is prefixed a discourse concerning the Roman art of war by William Duncan. With a life of Caius Julius Caesar by Leonard SchmitzHistory122ocn013880535book17770.70Whitworth, CharlesSelect orations of M.T. Cicero122ocn006711708book18520.66Caesar, JuliusThe commentaries of Cæesar, translated into English : to which is prefixed, A discourse concerning the Roman art of warHistoryFri Mar 21 15:44:54 EDT 2014batch19862