A philosophical enquiry into the laws of nature :
wherein the Essense, the principal Heads, the Order, the Publication, and the Obligation of these laws are deduced from the Nature of things : Wherein also, the principles of Mr. Hobbes's philosophy, both in a state of Nature and of Civil Society, are examined into, and confuted /
written originally in Latin by ... Richard Cumberland, and translated into English with large explanatory notes, and an appendix by the Reverend John Towers, D.D., Prebendary of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin and Vicar of Castlenock.
|Main Creator:||Cumberland, Richard, 1631-1718.|
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Dublin : printed by Samuel Powell in Crane-Lane, 1750 
With a list of subscribers.
Includes: 'Part IV. Appendix: or, the biography and other matters relating to the improvements in natural and moral philosophy.' with a separate titlepage, pagination and register.
The colophon on p.597 reads: "printed for the translator, by Samuel Powell in Crane-Lane, 1751.".
Wanting p. 591-597.
Parts I.-III. Laws of Nature and Confutation of Mr. Hobbes.
Physical description: viii,,ix-lxxvi,597,,134 p. ; 4to