Constantin François de Chassebœuf, comte de Volney

Constantin François de Chassebœuf, comte de Volney (3 February 175725 April 1820) was a French philosopher, abolitionist, historian, orientalist, and politician. He was at first surnamed ''Boisgirais'' after his father's estate, but afterwards assumed the name of ''Volney'' (which he had created as a contraction of ''Voltaire'' and ''Ferney''). Provided by Wikipedia

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by Volney, Constantin-François
Published 1799
Printed by James Lyon, and sold at his bookstore, Richmond, also by the principal booksellers in the United States

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by Volney, Constantin-François
Published 1797
Printed [by Benjamin Franklin Bache] for the author--and sold at the office of the Aurora, no. 112, Market Street
Other Authors: '; ...Volney, Constantin-François...

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by Volney, Constantin-François
Published 1788
Printed for J. Debrett, removed to No. 179, opposite Burlington House, Piccadilly

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by Volney, Constantin-François
Published 1796
Printed for T. Stephens by F. & R. Bailey

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by Volney, Constantin-François
Published 1788
printed for Messrs. Burnet, White, Byrne, W. Porter, Moore and Dornin

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by Volney, Constantin-François
Published 1796
Philadelphia printed: London: reprinted for D. Steel, Little Tower-Hill

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by Volney, Constantin-François
Published 1800
printed at the Oriental Press, by Wilson & Co. Wild Court, for J. Ridgway, York Street, St. James's Square

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by Volney, Constantin-François
Published 1793
printed for Messrs. White, Byrne, W. Porter, Moore, Dornin, and Wm. Jones

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by Volney, Constantin-François
Published 1788

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by Volney, Constantin-François
Published 1799
printed, at the Anti-Jacobin Press, by J. Plymsell, and sold by C. Chapple, NO. 66, Pall-Mall

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by Volney, Constantin-François
Project Gutenberg

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by Volney, Constantin-François
Published 1795
printed by A. Seale, and sold by all political booksellers