Amazon’s description of Christian Wolff’s Real Happiness of a People Under a Philosophical King reads as follows:
1750. This work is demonstrated not only from the nature of things, but from the undoubted experience of the Chinese under their first Founder Fohi, and his illustrious successors, Hoam Ti and Xin Num. Added to this dissertation by way of notes from the other philosophical works of Mr. Wolff, the principles and definition he refers to in this dissertation. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read. Written in Old English.
Old English? In 1750?
In related news, Miss Teen South Carolina’s geographical concept-poem is enigmatic.
Anything that deals with reafon, philofophy, and the publick must be “old” English 🙂