Descrição da editora

This series of English Men of Letter written about the David Hume life's and Include the some part in as a Hume’s life, Hume’s philosophy his born, in Edinburgh on the 26th of April (O.S.), 1711. His parents were then residing in the parish of the Tron church, apparently on a visit to the Scottish capital, as the small estate which his father Joseph Hume, or Home, inherited, lay in Berwickshire, on the banks of the Whitadder or Whitewater, a few miles from the border, and within sight of English ground. The paternal mansion was little more than a very modest farmhouse, and the property derived its name of Ninewells from a considerable spring, which breaks out on the slope in front of the house, and falls into the Whitadder.

GÊNERO
Biografias e memórias
LANÇADO
1895
1 janeiro
IDIOMA
EN
Inglês
TAMANHO
253
Páginas
EDITORA
Public Domain
VENDEDOR
Public Domain
TAMANHO
173.2
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