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Titre : An Appeal to all that doubt or disbelieve ...
Éditeur : Printed for Robinson and Roberts, London
Date d'édition : 1768
Reliure : Hardcover
8vo, pp. [iv], 332. Contemporary sprinkled sheep, spine in compartments with central gilt tools, red morocco label, original repair to front joint. Some spotting and browning. Boards detached, extremities worn. Early ownership inscription of Christopher Marshall to title-page, as well as a monogram (TSS?) and a two-word coded inscription, probably in the same hand. Most paragraphs and occasional other lines picked out with tidy manicules, again in the same hand. The early owner Christopher Marshall has added manicules at the beginning of nearly every paragraph, and a number of other places besides - a total of nearly 400. ESTC suggests this third edition was also issued as part of a 'works' circa 1780, but on its own it is scarce, with copies in 5 UK locations (the Rylands holding multiple copies) and just the Folger and St Marks Church (Ontario) outside. ESTC T77272. N° de réf. du libraire 2052
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