Publick Employment and an Active Life Prefer'd to Solitude and All Its Appanages, Such as Fame, Command, Riches, Conversation, & in Reply to a Late Ingenious Essay of a Contrary Title / By J.E. Esq, S.R.S. (1667)

Publick Employment and an Active Life Prefer'd to Solitude and All Its Appanages, Such as Fame, Command, Riches, Conversation, & in Reply to a Late Ingenious Essay of a Contrary Title / By J.E. Esq, S.R.S. (1667)

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  • Paperback | 146 pages
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