Item #007542 A Selection from the Harleian Miscellany of Tracts, Which Principally Regard the English History; of which many are referred to by Hume
A Selection from the Harleian Miscellany of Tracts, Which Principally Regard the English History; of which many are referred to by Hume

A Selection from the Harleian Miscellany of Tracts, Which Principally Regard the English History; of which many are referred to by Hume

London: Printed for C. and G. Kearsley, 1793. Hardcover. vii, [1], 571, [1] p.; 28 cm. Grey library binding with gilt-on-black spine title "Harleian Miscellany" and call number at tail of spine. Publisher's advertisement on one page following text. Bookplate of the Rittenhouse Club, Philadelphia, on front fixed endpaper. The Harleian Miscellany was a collection of pamphlets and tracts from the library of the Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer, which was edited and published by Samuel Johnson and William Oldys between 1744 and 1753. This edition contained about one sixth of the original. A heavy book; for international shipping, it will have to be sent by priority international. In Good Condition: cloth is discolored and stained; faint dampstain along upper and lower page edges; otherwise, clean and solid. Good. Item #007542

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