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The Life of Adam Smith$

Ian Simpson Ross

Print publication date: 1995

Print ISBN-13: 9780198288213

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0198288212.001.0001

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The Life of Adam Smith
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A. Britain


    • AUL, Birkwood Papers (Thomas Reid), 2131.3(III)(9), (10), (19), (20), (21), (25); 3.I.28—comments on TMS; 2131.4.II—inaugural lecture, Glasgow, 10 Oct. 1764; 2131.4.III—moral philosophy lecture.

    • City Archives: Burgh Register of Sasines, B1/1/62, AS's sale of tenement of foreland, Castlegate.

  • 2. DORES, Inverness: Aldourie Castle (Col. A. E. Cameron), Count Windisch‐Grätz to AS, 10 May, 12 July 1785; 2 July, 30 Oct. 1787.


    • City Chambers, Town Council Minutes, 6 June 1770: AS made burgess.

    • EUL:

      • Corr. of Allan Maconochie, Lord Meadowbanks, A‐C, letter from Patrick Clason, 29 Mar. 1772.

      • Customs Board printed letter, 2 Sept. 1784, co‐signed AS.

      • MS letter Adam Ferguson/Sir John Macpherson, 31 July 1790.

      • MS Dc.1.42, Nos. 5, 25, dialogues by Adam Ferguson.

      • MS Dc.5.126, Membership of Poker Club.

      • MS Dc.5.126* Poker Club Attendance.

      • MS Dc.6.III, Dugald Stewart's memorial about a jaunt with Burke and AS, 1784.

      • MS La.II.997, Alexander Ross/Robert Simson, 5 Feb. 1745.

      • La.II.419, No. 2, John Logan/Alexander Carlyle, 25 Jan. 1780.

      • La.II.451/2, fos. 429–34, David Callander's anecdotes about AS.

    • NLS:

      • MS 646, fos. 1–11, Letter (copy) from? Henry Mackenzie to Mr Carmichael, 1781.

      • MS 1005, fos. 14–16, John Home/Col. James Edmonstoune, 18 Feb. 1772.

      • MS 2537, Henry Mackenzie's Book of Anecdotes.

      • MS Acc. 4811, Minute Book of Kirkcaldy Kirk session, 1736–47.

      • MS 5319, of. 34, Dugald Stewart/Thomas Cadell, 17 Aug. 1792; fos. 35–6, 13 Mar. 1793.

      • MS 11,009, 9 letters Gilbert Elliot of Minto/David Hume, from c.1761 to 11 July 1768.

      • MS 14,835, fos. 68 ff., Marsilio Landriani/Giacomo Melzi, 16 Aug. 1788, and Aug. 1788 to Marchese Longo.

      • MS 16,577, of. 221, Alexander Dunlop/Charles Mackie, 15 Feb. 1739.

      • MS 16,696:74, John Home (the poet)/Lord Milton, Aug. 1756.

      • (p.435)
      • Hume MSS (old nos.) iii.35, Isaac Barré/DH, 4 Sept. 1765 iV.34–7, from Abbé Colbert du Seignelay de Castlehill: 4 Mar., 22 Apr. 1764; 26 Feb., 10 Apr. 1765.

      • vi.36, Andrew Millar/DH, 22 Nov. 1766; 38, John Millar/DH, [1776].

      • vii.67, William Strahan/DH, 12 Apr. 1776.

      • Saltoun MSS, Andrew Fletcher/Lord Milton, 9 Jan. 1752.

    • SRO:

      • Service of Heirs, C22/60, AS retoured heir of father, 29 Mar. 1724; Register of Deeds, DUR vol. 251/1, of. 195, registered disposition by AS in favour of cousin, David Douglas, 11 July 1790; Canongate Kirk Session Records, CH2/122/62, burial of AS, 22 July 1790; Edinburgh Register of Testaments, CC8/128/2, registered testament of AS.

    • Board of Customs:

      • Minute Books 1778–91, CE1/15–23.

      • Letter Books, CE56/2/5A‐F (Dunbar outport), CE53/2/1–2 (Montrose), CE62/2/1–2 (Inverness), CE62/2/3–63/4/1 (Kirkcaldy).

    • Buccleuch Muniments, GD224/47/2, Mr Townshend's History of the Funds, AS's calculations.

    • Burn‐Callander Papers, Preston Hall, Lothian: Corr. of John Callander, 7 July 1773 on.

    • Clerk of Penicuik MSS, John Clerk of Eldin's life of Robert Adam.

    • Hope of Raehills‐Johnstone Papers, Bundle 269, Robert Dundas/Lord Hopetoun, 13 Feb. 1759; Hopetoun/Lord Findlater, 17 May 1759; William Ruat/Hopetoun, ?25, 26 May 1759; Bundle 897, William Leechman/Ruat, 19 Nov. 1764.

    • NRA:

      • (S) 631, Bute (Loudoun Papers), Bundle A/1319, letter from father AS, 6 Sept. 1720.

      • 1454, Blair Adam Papers (Mr Keith Adam), Section 4/Bundle 3, William Adam/brother John, 23 Jan. 1775; 4/3/20, William Adam/?, 1775.

  • 4. GLASGOW

    • GUA:

      • 26640, 26642, 26643, 26645, 26649, 26650, 26757, 26687: Minutes of University Meetings, 1751–64, 1787, and related documents.

    • GUL:

      • MS Bf. 73.‐e.34, Theses Philosophicae . . . Joanne Lowdoun Praeside, Glasguae: Robert Saunders, 1708.

      • Buchan MSS, Isabella, Lady Buchan/Lord Buchan, 8 Mar. 1763.

      • Cullen MSS III:3, William Cullen's address on Dr John Clerk, Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, 24 June 1752.

      • MS Murray 49, 210, 225: John Loudoun's dictates on Logic, 1690s.

      • MS Gen. 71, 406, Compends of Logic from Loudoun's teaching, 1710s.

      • MS Gen. 146/1–30, Corr. Robert Simson/Matthew Stewart.

      • MS Gen. 451, AS's burgess ticket, Glasgow, 3 May 1762, signed by Provost Andrew Cochrane.

      • MS Gen. 520/6, William Richardson/Samuel Rose, 6 May 1788.

      • MS Gen. 1018/5, 12, Letters from Francis Hutcheson to Thomas Drennan.

      • MS Gen. 1035/2, Father AS's journal of voyage from Leith to Bordeaux.

      • (p.436)
      • MS Gen. 1035/21, 22, 31, Corr. of father AS, 1710s.

      • MS Gen. 1035/23, William Smith/father AS, 4 Apr. 1712.

      • MS Gen. 1035/33, father AS/Lilias Drummond Smith, 11 Apr. 1713.

      • MS Gen. 1035/43, 47, Dispositions, father AS to son, Hugh Smith, 30 Aug. 1718, 13 Nov. 1722.

      • MS Gen. 1035/44, 48, 50, 124, 125, father AS's accounts, 1713–22.

      • MS Gen. 1035/51, Marriage contract, father AS/Lilias Drummond, 13 Nov. 1710.

      • MS Gen. 1035/55, 56, Dr John Clerk/James Oswald, 24, 28 Jan. 1723.

      • MS Gen. 1035/61, 62, Inventories of father AS's books, and furniture, 20 Feb. 1723.

      • MS Gen. 1035/63, 69, 70, Corr. anent Hugh Smith, 1724.

      • MS Gen. 1035/71, Account: executors of father AS, 13 May 1735.

      • MS Gen. 1035/115, 119, 120 (sentinel), 123, Papers anent courts martial in Scotland, 1704–16.

      • MS Gen. 1035/152 (y), Walter S. Laurie, Camp on Charles Town Heights, 23 June 1775, and Characters of the Boston Patriots.

      • MS Gen. 1035/177, Thomas Cadell/Henry Mackenzie, 21 Dec. 1792.

      • MS Gen. 1035/178, John Millar/David Douglas, 10 Aug. 1790.

      • MS Gen. 1035/179, Alexander Wedderburn, Lord Loughborough/David Douglas, 14 Aug. 1790.

      • MS Gen. 1035/218, AS's deed of sale of Aberdeen property.

      • MS Gen. 1035/219, AS's Quaestor's accounts for books bought for GUL, 1758–60.

      • MS Gen. 1035/221, État des habit linge et effet appartenant à Monsieur Smith.

      • MS Gen. 1035/222, AS's burgess ticket, Musselburgh, 26 Sept. 1767.

      • MS Gen. 1035/228, Prices of corn, cattle, etc. in Scotland from the earliest accounts to the death of James V.

      • MS Gen. 1035/231, Observations sur les Revenues et les dépences de la Républiques de Gênes [Genoa].

      • MS Gen. 1097/11, Funeral expenses of father AS.

      • MS Access. 4467, Samuel Rose/Edward Foss, 17 July 1786.

  • MITCHELL LIBRARY, Buchan MSS, Baillie 32225, fos. 47–51, James Wodrow/Lord Buchan, June 1808; fos. 53–7, Samuel Kenrick/Wodrow, 27 Apr. 1808.

  • STRATHCLYDE UNIVERSITY, Anderson Library, Anderson MSS, John Anderson/ Gilbert Lang, 27 Dec. 1750.

      • MS 35.1, pp. 368–292, John Anderson's Commonplace Book, extracts from student's notes of early version of LJ.

      • Anderson MSS No. 2, pp. 1–32, Archibald Arthur, Essay on the Inducements to the Study of Natural Philosophy, May 1770.


    • Town House, Kirkcaldy Council Records, 1/1/3, 1718–46; Town Council Minutes, 1/1/7, 1769–93; Burgh Court Book, 1/6/14, 1725–45; 1/6/17, 1766–92.

  • 6. LONDON

    • BL:

      • Add. MSS 32,566, anecdotal material about Samuel Rogers.

      • 32,567, about Lord Maitland.

      • (p.437)
      • 32,574, Notebooks of Revd John Mitford, Vo. XVI, report of the finding of AS's fragment on justice.

      • 48800; 48802A, B; 48803; 48806; 48809; 48810; 48815: William Strahan's Printing Ledgers, 1738–91.

    • Bentham MSS, Corr., George Wilson/Bentham, 4 Dec. 1789.

    • Egerton MS 2181, of. 6, John Douglas's ‘Remembrance’ of his Balliol tutor, George Drake.

    • Mrs O. J. Fortescue MSS, Lord Grenville's ‘Commentaries’ on WN, ch. 3, pp. 13–30.

    • DR WILLIAMS'S LIBRARY, MS 24.157, Corr. Samuel Kenrick/James Wodrow, Nos. 14 (20 Dec. 1751), 16 (21 Jan. 1752), 60 (16 Mar. 1778), 92 (22 Feb. 1785).

    • HLRO, Journals of the House of Lords:

      • xxxi.535b (23 Mar. 1767), Act to enable the Duke of Buccleuch as minor to make a marriage settlement.

      • xxxv.445b (4 Apr. 1778) tax on servants.

      • xxxv.767b (1 June 1779) tax on houses given up.

      • xxxvi.23–5 (21–23 Dec. 1779) Irish Trade Bill.

      • xxxvii.156–170 (13–19 Aug. 1784) Act for the more effective prevention of Smuggling.

    • LONDON UNIVERSITY, Goldsmiths' Library of Economic Literature, MS, État actuel des finances, with AS's bookplate.

    • ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, Hunter Baillie Papers, vol. i, of. 40, Gibbon/William Hunter.

    • PRO:

    • Chatham Papers, 30/48, vol. 31, of. 11, Alexander Dalrymple/Lord Shelburne, 24 Nov. 1760.

    • Treasury, T1/589, CAPS 29555, Report on memorial anent warehousing, co‐signed by AS, 18 June 1783.

    • Treasury, T1/589, xiv/0173, Report from Commissioners of Excise concerning smuggling, 4 Dec. 1783.

    • Treasury, T1/619, CAPS 29555, Letter from Scottish Board of Customs concerning smuggling, co‐signed by AS, 7 Apr. 1785.

    • W. D. Adams MSS 30/58/3/84, Lord Grenville/Pitt, 24 Oct. 1800, recollecting they read WN together c.1784.


    • John Rylands Library, Benson Coll., William Leechman/George Benson, 9 Mar. 1743/4.

  • 8. OXFORD

    • Balliol College:

      • Admissions: 4 July 1740, AS admitted as Commoner.

      • Battel Books, 1740–6.

      • MS Certificate of AS's election as Snell Exhibitioner, 11 Mar. 1740. Consent to admission, 4 July 1740.

      • MSS, College Lists, College Minutes, 1739–68.

    • (p.438)
    • Bodleian Library:

      • MS Add. c890, Robert Beatson/Ralph Griffiths, 26 July 1790.

      • Vet. AS d.430, Ad Lectorem, London, 1785—concerning Windisch‐Grätz's competition for a universally applicable and foolproof property transfer deed.

  • Queen's College MSS 442 (1), 475, fos. 93 ff.: questions for completion of Oxford degrees compiled by Provost Joseph Smith.

  • University Matriculation Records: AS matriculated 7 July 1740.

B. Czech Republic

Klatovy, Statni oblastni archiv, Familienarchiv Windisch‐Grätz, Karton 245, Nos. 1, 2: Alexander Fraser Tytler/W‐G, 20 Feb. 1788, 11 Aug. 1788.

C. France


Archives départmentales de l'Hérault, Archives Civiles: Série D. 199, Articles C4.668–C6.890.

Bibliothèque Municipale, MS 25561.39: Jean Segoudy, ‘Histoire de Montpellier’ (typescript 1969).

Paris: Bibliothèque Nationale, Fond Français MS 6680, S. P. Hardy (libraire parisien), ‘Mes loisirs, ou Journal des évènements tels qu'ils parviennent à ma connaissance [1764–89]’.


Archives départementales, Haut‐Garonne, Archives Civiles, Série C, MS C.2407 (Registre): Procès‐verbaux des États de Languedoc, 1497–1789 (Toulouse) ii.645–9, 1764–5.

Bibliothèque Municipale, Annales des Capitoules.

D. Luxemburg

Kirchberg, Europäische Schule (Mr David Christie), J. T. Stanley, later Lord Stanley/Dr Scott of Edinburgh, 20 August 1790.

E. Switzerland

Berne, Bürgerbibliothek MSS, Letters from Lord Kames to Daniel Fellenberg: 1 Feb. 1763, 20 Apr. 1773.

Coppet, Château de, Necker Papers.

Geneva, University Bibliothèque, Bonnet MSS:

(p.439) Charles Bonnet/H. B. Merian, 2 Sept. 1785—AS's relationship with Hume.

Patrick Clason/Bonnet, 9 July 1787–account of AS in London, successfully cut for haemorrhoids à un point effrayant by John Hunter. Pitt the Younger is seeing AS often and Clason suspects he will keep AS in London to be his mentor.


Ann Arbor, University of Michigan, William L. Clements Library, Buccleuch MSS, GD224/296/1, 11 letters Charles Townshend/3rd Duke of Buccleuch, 1761–7.

New Haven, Yale University Library, Boswell Papers, Lord Hailes/Boswell, 13 Feb. 1763.

New York, Pierpont Library, Pulteney Corr. v. 6, Adam Ferguson/William Pulteney.

San Marino, Calif., Huntington Library:

Loudoun Papers, LO 9409–12, 9047, Corr. of father AS.

Montagu Corr., MO 480, 489: James Beattie/Elizabeth Montagu, 23 Apr. 1776, Hugh Blair/Montagu, 8 June 1776.

Philadelphia, American Philosophical Society, Benjamin Vaughan/Lord Shelburne, 23 Jan. 1781; B P93, Richard Price/?, 1790.

Allgemeine Literatur‐Zeitung.

L'Année littéraire.

Annual Register.

The Bee.

Bibliothek der schönen Wissenschaften und der freyen Künste.

Bibliothèque de l'homme public.

Bibliothèque des sciences et des beaux arts.

Caledonian Mercury.

Critical Review.

Edinburgh Advertiser.

Edinburgh Courant.

Edinburgh Mercury.

Edinburgh Review.

Edinburgh Weekly Magazine.

English Review.

Éphémérides du citoyen.

European Magazine and London Review.

Frankfurter Gelehrte Anzeigen.

Gentleman's Magazine.

Giornale enciclopedico.

Glasgow Courier.

(p.440) Glasgow Journal.

Glasgow Mercury.

Göttingische Anzeigen von gelehrten Sachen.

Hibernian Magazine.

Journal de l'agriculture.

Journal encyclopédique.

Journal littéraire.

Journal de Paris.

Journal des Savants.

London Chronicle.

London Magazine.

London Oracle and Public Advertiser.

The Lounger.

Mémoires de l'Academie des Belles Lettres.

Mercure Français.

The Mirror.

Monthly Review.

Münchner Gelehrte Anzeigen.

New Evening Post.

Philological Miscellany.

Scots Magazine.

Teutsche Merkur.

The Times.

1. Manuscripts

a. Corr. (found after 2nd edn. published, 1987)

AS/William Cullen, Aug. 1773: GUL Cullen MS 242.

/Thomas Cadell, 27 June 1776, 18 Nov. 1789: Staatsbibliothek, Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin, Sig. Sammlung Darmstädter 2g 1776 (1).

/Lord Stanhope, 15 Apr. 1777: Far Eastern Books, Tokyo (28 Feb. 1995).

/Count Windisch‐Grätz, 27 May 1785, 17 Jan. 1786, 26 Jan. 1788: Klatovy, Czech Republic, Statni oblastni archiv—Familienarchiv Windisch‐Grätz, Karton 246.

4 July 1785: Aldourie Castle, Dores, Inverness (Col. A. E. Cameron).

/Henry Beaufoy, 14 Nov. 1786, 29 Jan. 1787: Piero Sraffa Collection B5/3, 4, Trinity College, Cambridge.

b. Documents

Smith's Thoughts on the State of the Contest with America, Feb., 1778: Ann Arbor, Mich., William L. Clements Library, Rosslyn MSS.

(p.441) Report to the Lords of Treasury on uniform table of Customs fees, etc., 24 May 1782: PRO, Kew, Treasury T1/570 CAPS 29552.

Will, 6 Feb. 1790: SRO, Warrants of Register of Deeds: RD13/130 Box 464.

c. Texts

Fragment of lecture on justice (pre‐1759): GUL MS Gen. 1035/227.

ED of WN (pre‐April 1763): SRO, Duke of Buccleuch's Muniments, GD224/33/4.

Fragments (FA, FB) of WN (1760s): GUL MS Gen. 1035/229.

LJ(A), 1762–3: GUL MS Gen. 94/1–6.

LRBL, 1762–3: GUL MS Gen. 95/1, 2.

LJ(B), 1763–4/1766: GUL MS Gen. 109.

‘Of the Affinity between certain English and Italian Verses’, 1783: GUL MS Gen. 1035/226.

d. Missing

Paper enumerating Smith's leading principles, both political and literary, 1755: Stewart, iv.25.

Diary kept by Adam Smith in France, 1764–6: sold by Mr Orr, Bookseller, George St., Edinburgh, c. 1920–5 (Scott, 1940: p. 273).

e. Doubtful

Thoughts Concerning Banks, and the Paper Currency of Scotland (Edinburgh, Nov. 1763); Scots Magazine (Dec. 1763) (Gherity, 1993).

2. Printed Books and Articles

1748, 2 Dec. Preface to Poems on Several Occasions, by William Hamilton. Glasgow: Robert & Andrew Foulis; (repr. 1758), with a dedication by Smith to ‘Mr. William Craufurd, Merchant in Glasgow’.

1755, 1 Jan.–July. Review, ‘A Dictionary of the English Language by Samuel Johnson’, Edinburgh Review No. 1.

1755, July–1756, Jan. ‘A Letter to the Authors of the Edinburgh Review’, No. 2.

1759. The Theory of Moral Sentiments. London: A. Millar; Edinburgh: A. Kincaid 6 J. Bell.

1761. 2nd edn., rev.

1767. 3rd edn., enlarged as TMS. To which is added A Dissertation on the Origin of Languages.

1774. 4th edn., retitled TMS; or, An Essay towards an Analysis of the Principles by which Men naturally judge concerning the conduct and Character, first of their Neighbours, and afterwards of themselves.

1781. 5th edn.

(p.442) 1791. 6th edn., considerably enlarged and corrected, 2 vols.

1809. 12th edn., TMS Enriched with a Portrait and Life of the Author. Glasgow: R. Chapman.

1761. Considerations concerning the first formation of Languages, and the different genius of original and compounded Languages, in Philological Miscellany. London: printed for the Editor [William Rose] and sold by T. Beckett & P. A. Dehondt. i.440–79.

1776. An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, 2 vols. London: W. Strahan & T. Cadell.

1778. 2nd edn. rev.

1784. 3rd edn. with ‘Additions and Corrections’ and index, 3 vols.

1786. 4th edn.

1789. 5th edn.

1791. 6th edn.

1795. Essays on Philosophical Subjects . . . To Which is prefixed An Account of the Life and Writings of the Author, by Dugald Stewart, ed. Joseph Black and James Hutton. London: T. Cadell Jun. & W. Davies; Edinburgh: W. Creech.

1896. Lectures on Justice, Police, Revenue and Arms, Delivered in the University of Glasgow by Adam Smith, Reported by a Student in 1763, ed. Edwin Cannan. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

1950. The Wealth of Nations, ed. Edwin Cannan, 6th edn., 2 vols. 1904. London: Methuen, pb.

1963. Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres delivered in the University of Glasgow by Adam Smith, Reported by a Student in 1762–63, ed. John M. Lothian. London: Nelson.

3. Works

1811–12. The Works of Adam Smith. With an Account of his Life and Writings by Dugald Stewart. 5 vols. London: T. Cadell & W. Davies; Edinburgh: W. Creech.

1976–87. The Glasgow Edition of the Works and Correspondence of Adam Smith. Oxford: Clarendon Press. (Citations from this edition are given in the biography according to the scheme in the Abbreviations, prelims above.)

4. Translations

i. French


1764. Métaphysique de l'âme: ou théorie des sentiments moraux. Traduite de l'angloise de M. Adam Smith . . . par M.[Marc‐Antoine Eidous] 2 vols. Paris: Briasson.

1774–7. Théorie des sentiments moraux; traduction nouvelle de l'anglois de M. Smith, ancien professeur de philosophie à Glasgow; avec une table raisonnée des matières contenues dans l'ouvrage, par M. l'abbé Blavet. Paris: Valade.

(p.443) 1798. Théorie des sentiments moraux; traduite de l'édition 7ième [1792] par Sophie de Grouchy, Marquise de Condorcet, avec Considérations sur la première formation des langues, et un appendice, ‘[Huit] Lettres à Cabanis sur la sympathie’. Paris: F. Buisson.


1781. Recherches sur la nature et les causes de la richesse des nations. Traduit de l'anglois par M. l'abbé Bl[avet]. 3 vols. Paris.

1786. Recherches sur la nature et les causes de la richesse des Nations. Traduit de l'anglois de M. Smith [par l'abbé J.‐L. Blavet]. London and Paris: Poinçot.

1790. Recherches sur la nature et les causes de la richesse des nations, traduites de l'anglois de M. Smith, sur la quatrième édition [1786], par M. Roucher; et suivies d'un volume de notes [which never appeared] par M. le marquis de Condorcet, de l'Académie Françoise, et secrétaire perpétuel de l'Académie des Sciences. Paris: Buisson.

1802. Recherches sur la nature et les cause de la richesse des nations. Traduction nouvelle, avec des notes et observations, par G. Garnier. 5 vols. Paris: Agasse. Avec portrait en buste.

1843. Recherches sur la nature et les causes de la richesse des nations. French translation by the Comte Germain Garnier, completely revised and corrected and prefixed with a biographical notice by Blanqui. With commentaries by Buchanan, G. Garnier, McCulloch, Malthus, J. Mill, Ricardo, Sismondi; to which is added notes by Jean‐Baptiste Say and historical explanations by Blanqui. 2 vols. Paris.


1797. Essais philosophiques, par Adam Smith, Docteur en droit, de la Société Royale de Londres, de celle d'Edimbourg, etc. etc. Précédes d'un précis de sa vie et de ses écrits; par Dugald Stewart, de la Société Royale d'Edimbourg. Traduits de l'anglais par P. Prevost, professeur de philosophie à Genève de l'Académie de Berlin, de la Société des Curieux de la Nature, et de la Société d'Edimbourg. Première partie. Paris: Agasse. (Avec portrait en buste, B.L. Prevost, sculp.)


1796. Considérations sur la première formation des langues, et le différent génie des langues originales et composées. Traduit par A. M. H. B[oulard]. Paris.

ii. German


1770. Theorie der moralischen Empfindungen, übers. d. 3. A. [1767] v. Christian Günther Rautenberg. Braunschweig.

1791. Theorie der sittlichen Gefühle, übers. v. Ludwig Theobul Kosegarten. 2 vols. (vol. ii containing the additions to edn. 6 1790 and an account of Kant's moral philosophy). Leipzig.

1926. Theorie der ethischen Gefühle, übers. v. Walther Eckstein [from ed. 6 but including variants in earlier edns.]. 2 vols. Leipzig.


1776–8. Untersuchungen der Natur und Ursachen von Nationalreichthümern. Aus dem Englischen, übers. v. J. F. Schiller u. C. A. Wichmann. 2 vols. Leipzig: Weidmanns Erben u. Reich.

(p.444) 1794–6. Untersuchung über die Natur und die Ursachen des Nationalreichthums. Aus dem Engl. d. 4. A. [from 4th edn. 1786], neu übers. von Christian Garve, 4 in 2 vols. Breslau: W. G. Korn.

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