. English: Fleuron from book: A compleat treatise of moral and intellectual virtues: wherein their nature is fully explained, and their usefulness proved, inasmuch as they regulate all the Branches of Life. Under the following Heads, viz. I. The Nature of Ethicks. II. Fortitude. III. Temperance. IV. Liberality. V. Magnificence. VI. Magnanimity. Vii. Meekness. Viii. The Three Conversable Virtues, viz. Comity, Veracity, and Urbanity. IX. Modesty. X. Taciturnity, or the Government of Speech. XI. Justice. XII. Intellectual Virtues. XIII. Art. XIV. Prudence. XV. Understanding, Science, and Wisdom.

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. English: Fleuron from book: A compleat treatise of moral and intellectual virtues: wherein their nature is fully explained, and their usefulness proved, inasmuch as they regulate all the Branches of Life. Under the following Heads, viz. I. The Nature of Ethicks. II. Fortitude. III. Temperance. IV. Liberality. V. Magnificence. VI. Magnanimity. Vii. Meekness. Viii. The Three Conversable Virtues, viz. Comity, Veracity, and Urbanity. IX. Modesty. X. Taciturnity, or the Government of Speech. XI. Justice. XII. Intellectual Virtues. XIII. Art. XIV. Prudence. XV. Understanding, Science, and Wisdom.
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. English: Fleuron from book: A compleat treatise of moral and intellectual virtues: wherein their nature is fully explained, and their usefulness proved, inasmuch as they regulate all the Branches of Life. Under the following Heads, viz. I. The Nature of Ethicks. II. Fortitude. III. Temperance. IV. Liberality. V. Magnificence. VI. Magnanimity. Vii. Meekness. Viii. The Three Conversable Virtues, viz. Comity, Veracity, and Urbanity. IX. Modesty. X. Taciturnity, or the Government of Speech. XI. Justice. XII. Intellectual Virtues. XIII. Art. XIV. Prudence. XV. Understanding, Science, and Wisdom. XVI. An Enquiry into the Causes of the Decay of Moral Virtues. XVII. The Conclusion drawn from the Premisses. With Apreface shewing the Vanity and Deceitfulness of Vice. By John Hartcliffe, late B. D. and Fellow of King's-College, Cambridge. 64 A compleat treatise of moral and intellectual virtues- wherein their nature is fully explained Fleuron T109262-4