Titre : Anti-Duel Or A Plan For The Abrogation Of ...
Éditeur : Holston Stoneman
Date d'édition : 1843
Edition : 1st Edn,
IV 88 pages, neat inscription to foot of title page in ink J Lee Hartwell Library, occasional pencil marking to margins, recased in the original 1/2 black leather board with matching spine and title label. Dunlop (1789 1868) founder of the Scottish Temperance Movement, recounts the history and consequences of duelling in history and modern times and its effects on society and its need to be stopped. "crape and cocked pistols are in the 19th century out of fashion even on Hounslow Heath. The duel exposed class should take a hint from the noticeable advance in civilisation and make a corresponding onward movement" Thimm 86, COPAC list 2 copies, the British Library and Oxford. N° de réf. du libraire 18554
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