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First English Edition. Originally published in Philadelphia in Approx 7" by 4. The pagination for pages 95 and 96 are repeated as usual. Rebound in quarter calf with marbled paper covered boards. Publisher's catalogue to the rear. It claims that the author's intent in this work is to 'impress the minds of his countrymen with a proper sense of the atrocities which have resulted from the propagation of Revolutionary Principles in France, he conceived [this] to be the best means of averting the dangers to be apprehended from the industrious diffusion of similar principles in England.

Preface 2. Part II. Democratic Principles Illustrated by Example. There is an interesting section in one of the prefaces where Cobbett asks women not to read his work as it will age them. He then uses Mary Wollstonecraft as an example. Condition: Very good. Light shelfwear. Small hole in the leather. Some discolouration to the marbled paper. Ink signature to the half title. Some pencil marginalia and underlining.

Pencil inscription to the rear pastedown. A couple of chips. Foxing to he first and last few pages. Occasional thumbmark. From: Leakey's Bookshop Ltd. Inverness, United Kingdom. Pp ix, Original publisher's cloth-backed boards with printed paper title label to spine. Head and foot of spine worn with some loss. All edges bumped. Early signature and address in ink to top of title page. From the library of Tarradale House with its bookplate and withdrawn stamp to front paste-down endpaper. Published by Printed by W.

Molineux, Published by W. Cobbett, [London From: David M. About this Item: Printed by W. Cobbett, [London, Printed in two columns per page, with each column counted as a page [as issued].

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Bound in original paper-covered boards. Rather crudely rebacked with waste paper, else Very Good with light foxing. Cobbett's thesis is that "The Paper-Money System has mainly contributed towards our present miseries. In all countries, where a Paper-Money, that is to say, a paper which could not, at any moment, be converted into Gold and Silver, the consequence, first or last, always been great and general misery. This book comprises 32 letters originally written between and , and originally published in Cobbett's Political Register.

This is their first collection and separate publication. Kress B Published by London: the author, First edition unpaginated, index, adverts. About this Item: London: the author, Tall octavo in faded blue-green cloth with impressed decorations; adverts at end promote Cobbett s enterprises as seedsman and publisher. William Cobbett was an energetic political and social journalist and propagandist whose Political Register for many years urged reforms such as universal suffrage and opposed the more grasping policies of British governments in the years prior to the Reform Bill of Woodlands, comprising six hundred numbered paragraphs which describe the characteristics and best uses for all sorts of trees together with their propagation, fits with Cobbett s Cottage Economy , Treatise on Corn , and The English Garden as a collection of self-help manuals aimed at the practical education and improvement of the lives of country people whom Cobbett rightly thought oppressed and discouraged by forces centred in London, which Cobbett called that great Wen.

Some of the improvements were of course better than others-- for example, Cobbett recommends trenching fields a form of double-digging to a depth of two feet, a suggestion which induces sympathetic back pain in the reader. This attractive copy, its spine skilfully repaired, apparently once in the library of the department store magnate Sir Ernest Debenham, Bart. Very nice indeed. Published by John M. Cobbett , London About this Item: John M. Cobbett , London, Finely bound example of the political commentaries of late sixteenth century English political figure and pamphleteer William Cobbett.

Octavo, two volumes, bound in three quarters morocco over marbled boards, black morocco spine labels, gilt titles and tooling to the spine. In very good condition. English pamphleteer, farmer, and member of parliament William Cobbett sought relentlessly through his commentaries and weekly Register to end the poverty of farm labourers and reform the policies of the borough-mongers, sinecurists and "tax-eaters. Hi journal soon became the main newspaper read by the working class, making him highly controversial figure in early 19th century England.

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London: C. Clement , Brown hard cover boards, fair. Previous owner name on front board, heavy chipping to spine, edges worn. Previous owner name, bookseller label inside front board, Will. Hinges starting, First Thus. Containing Information relative to the brewing of Beer, making of Bread, keeping of Cows, Pigs, Bees, Ewes, Goats, Poultry, and Rabbits, and relative to other matters deemed useful in the conducting of the Affairs of a Labourer's Family.

Scattered foxing. Hard Cover. Published by Author, London About this Item: Author, London, Half Leather. Condition: Very Good for Age. Size: Large 4to. Published by Charles Clement, London About this Item: Charles Clement, London, Hardcover Half Leather. A new endpaper cut within the frames of the original endpapers has been pasted down over the original endpapers, obviously to strengthen the inside front hinge binding.

This would appear by paper age to have occurred sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. The pastedown is firm and secure, and there is no showthrough of glue marks on the rear of the free endpaper flyleaf. Size: Octavo standard book size.

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Text is in French. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Endpapers browned, text has scattered foxing, but mostly clean. Previous owner's signature in ink. Edges foxed and browned. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: Published by William Phillips, London About this Item: William Phillips, London, No Binding.

Pages have been mis-bound out of sequence. Missing blank leaf pages and the list of subscribers to the rear pages Priced accordingly. This is a first edition of the first report issued by the African Institution. There is a list of the committee members on pages vii-viii, which contains notable members such as William Wilberforce, Thomas Clarkson, Zachary Macaulay and Henry Brougham.

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Condition: Disbound. A remarkably clean copy. Pencil mark to the title page. Stab holes to the gutter. Light scattered foxing to the title page. Occasional spot. Slight browning to the top edge. Condition: Very Good binding. Part I only, of three, in the publisher's printed paper-covered boards; the binding has been neatly rebacked. The boards have edgewear. With foxing throughout. Sabin notes that Part I was issued separately. Howes C; Sabin Knowledge Greece.

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