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Titre : The Oeconomy of Human Life, Complete, in Two...
Éditeur : William Durell
Etat du livre : Good
Description du livre [Printed and Sold by Alex. Adam, Glasgow], Sold by the booksellers in Great-Britain, Ireland and America: ., 1789. Full-Leather Hardcover. État : Very Good. pp. ,7-106,(Advertisement) + Woodcut frontis plate of an Indian Brahmin. Woodcut vignette on title (a book peddler?); and another at the end (farmer at his plow). Foxed and age stained. 12mo. 155 mm. Original full leather binding. The printer's name is from the advertisement leaf. The first part of this famous work is by Robert Dodsley (1703-1764), but was sometimes attributed to P.D. Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield; the second part is attributed to John Hill (1714?-1775). On the verso of the last leaf is an eight line manuscript mourning poem, apparently first from Watts, and penned by John Long. "She was my guide, my friend, my earthly love." This book also has numerous early American ownerships, including: Philip Gloeninger, Jr. (1788-1816) from Lebanon, PA, Gloninger was a very prominent minister in the Reformed Church, and a scion of an important and influential patriot family; James Reed (1770-1850); and several others. ESTC T082539. SMALL BOX 3 **PRICE JUST REDUCED!. N° de réf. du libraire 033A61
Description du livre Glasgow, 1786. 1st edition? though preface date 1749. Large 16mo. 120pp. 20th century rebind in half tan leather with orange marbled boards, gilt lettering on spine. Orange marbled eps. Covers : slight rubs top/bottom of spine. Contents : slight foxing throughout else very clean & tight. VG. N° de réf. du libraire 35202