A manuscript volume entitled "Philosophia moralis compendium" ["A compendium of moral philosophy" with the subtitle ""Illias philosophicas institutiones" ["His philosophical institutions"] written by Edmund Plunkett Burke while a student in the Lycée in Caen, Normandy;
|Main Creator:||Burke, Edmund Plunkett, 1802-1835|
Note: In Latin
|Citation:||National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts.|
With the bookplate of Edmund Plunkett Burke.
With the spine title "Philosophia moralis compendium".
Plunkett Burke's fame rests on his "Essay on the Laws and Government of Rome; introductory to the Civil Law" written while an undergraduate in Caius College, Cambridge; the second edition was published in 1830. He was appointed a judge in St. Lucia in the West Indies and subsequently appointed Judge of the Admiralty Court of St. Lucia by the governor of the island General Farquhar in 1833.
Physical description: 1 v. [173pp.]; 26.5 x 27 cm
Varying form of title: Illias philosophicas institutiones
Varying form of title: Philosophia moralis compendium
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|MS 42,126||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Manuscripts|
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