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...Gosling, Jane Jane Gosling was the wife of the great-nephew (or possibly grandson) of Ralph Gosling (1693–1758), the topographer. She ran a private school for a time, and her Moral Essays, and Reflections was published by subscription...
...Allen, George George Allen is known only by his Some occasional Thoughts on Genius, a pamphlet of eighteen pages in which he apologizes for not having published a book called Observations in the Part of Painting. His subscribers...
...Anderson, John John Anderson was born at Roseneath in Dumbartonshire (Scotland) and died on 13 January 1796. He was educated in Stirling and at Glasgow University (MA, 1745). He held professorships at Glasgow in oriental languages (1755–7)...
...Edwards, Thomas Thomas Edwards died on 3 January 1757 on a visit to Parson’s Green. He followed in the footsteps of his father and grandfather and trained for the law, taking chambers in Lincoln’s Inn in 1721. Edwards himself claimed...
...Belsham, William Belsham, Thomas William Belsham, the brother of Thomas Belsham , was born in Bedford on 26 October 1752. He spent most of his life in London and died near Hammersmith on 17 November 1827. His interests were more political...
... and Locke Locke, John .Oldfield published sermons and some theological works, but his most important work was An Essay towards the Improvement of Reason; in the Pursuit of Learning, and Conduct of Life (1707). In this long, learned...
...Bonar, John John Bonar was born in Clackmannan, Scotland on 4 November 1722 and died in Perth on 21 December 1761. He attended school in Torphichen, Linlithgowshire, and matriculated at Edinburgh University on 27 April 1742, at rather...
...Hunter, John Baillie, John John Baillie died in Flanders in December 1743. Very little is known about him. He qualified as a physician and worked for a time at St George’s Hospital, London, and with the English Army. He had written a play,...
...Cooper, John Gilbert John Gilbert Cooper was born in Nottinghamshire and died in Mayfair, London, in April 1769. Born of an ancient family whose loyalties to the Crown during the reign of Charles I considerably diminished their fortunes,...
... ecclesiastical training.Bibliography Remarks on Mr. Hume’s Dialogues concerning Natural Religion ( Cambridge , 1780; repr. with an Introduction by J.V. Price Bristol, 1992). Other Relevant Works Price J.V. , David Hume , 2nd edn ( Boston , Mass., 1991), pp. 20–21....