Lagrange, J. The Philosophy of Moral Necessity & Moral Freedom, in two parts; Part First: Principles of Necessity and of Freedom; Part Second: Principles of Harmony; Reconciling particularly Man's Moral Freedom with Divine Foreknowledge and Predestination. Auburn, N. Y.: William J. Moses, 1854. First Edition. 
Purple blindstamped cloth with gilt spine titles, quite faded with the backstrip now light green, 5 1/4 x 7 3/4 inches, apart from the color fade the binding is very good with no damage. 270 white clean pp., tight. Very good. Hardcover.
"The work at least is not a hasty production. It is the result of reading, reflecting, conversing, and writing, in so far as the duties of the ministry would permit, during about fourteen years., Its plan is simple, but comprehensive; being a statement of principles, together with their proof, in two parts. In executing it, such language has been employed as is easily understood, if read from the beginning, or in due order. Care has been taken to distinguish between those things which differ, to identify those which are not distinct, to analyze ideas which are compound, and to harmonize those relevant Bible truths which appear to contradict." - Preface.