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Mackenzie, George. Moral gallantry. : A discourse, wherein the author endeavours to prove, that point of honour (abstracting from all other types) obliges men to be virtuous. And that there is nothing so mean (or unworthy of a gentleman) as vice. By Sir George Mackenzie

Burgh, James. The dignity of human nature. : Or, a brief account of the certain and established means for attaining the true end of our existence. In four books. I. Of prudence. II. Of knowledge. III. Of virtue. IV. Of revealed religion. By J.B. Master of an academy at Newington-Green, Middlesex