Jean-Jacques Burlamaqui

Jean-Jacques Burlamaqui. Jean-Jacques Burlamaqui (; 24 June or 13 July 1694 – 3 April 1748) was a Genevan legal and political theorist who popularised a number of ideas propounded by other thinkers. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Burlamaqui, Jean Jacques
Published 1792
Printed by Joseph Bumstead, for John Boyle, Marlborough-Street, Benjamin Larkin, Cornhill, and James White, Court-Street

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by Burlamaqui, Jean Jacques
Published 1769
printed for J. Sheppard, in Skinner Row, and by, and for George Cecil, at the University Printing Office

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by Burlamaqui, Jean Jacques
Published 1763
printed for J. Nourse, Bookseller in Ordinary to his Majesty

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by Burlamaqui, Jean Jacques
Published 1748
printed for J. Nourse, opposite Katherine Street in the Strand

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by Burlamaqui, Jean Jacques
Published 1752
printed for J. Nourse, opposite Katherine Street in the Strand

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by Burlamaqui, Jean Jacques
Published 1776
printed for J. Sheppard, and G. Nugent, (no. 7.) in Anne Street, Stephen's Green

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by Burlamaqui, Jean Jacques
Published 1780
printed for J. Nourse, in the Strand, Bookseller to his Majesty

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by Burlamaqui, Jean Jacques
Published 1776
printed for J. Sheppard and G. Nugent, (no. 7.) in Anne Street, Stephen's Green

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by Burlamaqui, Jean Jacques
Published 1784
printed for C. Nourse

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by Burlamaqui, Jean Jacques
Published 1752
Printed for J. Nourse
Other Authors: '; ...Burlamaqui, Jean Jacques...

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by Burlamaqui, Jean Jacques
Published 1763
Printed for J. Nourse
Other Authors: '; ...Burlamaqui, Jean Jacques...

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by Burlamaqui, Jean Jacques
Published 1784
Printed for C. Nourse
Other Authors: '; ...Burlamaqui, Jean Jacques...

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by Burlamaqui, Jean Jacques
Published 1751
Z. Chastelain