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Intercepted Letters; or, the Twopenny Post-Bag. To which are added, Trifles Reprinted - with a New Preface and several additional poemscbfy

By: Brown the Younger, Thomas

Price: $35.15

Publisher: J Carpenter and Son, OId Bond Street, London, 1818

Edition: 16th Edition


119 pages (complete). A most comfortable pocket sized miscellany of humour and verse. Marbled boards, leathered corners and spine. The boards are scuffed, worn about the edges, solid. The corners and spine are also worn, but are companionably aged and assured. The contents bear their age very well. They are clear, thick, healthy, mildly blotched by age marks and handling, reassuringly amiable. fk View more info

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The Book of English Elegies

By: Phillips, W F March (Ed)

Price: $44.65

Publisher: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, London, 1879

Edition: First Edition


316 pages (complete). An agreeable book. The spine has been repaired with a leather strip. The cloth covered boards have stamped decoration. The boards are sound with some wear and scuffing. There is a previous owner stamp on the title page. The pages are mild-mannered and sure. The pages have occasional handling marks. Otherwise, the pages are clean, mellowed, clear, comfortable and assured. fk View more info

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The Spectator - Vol VII

By: Steele, Richard (Ed)

Price: $38.00

Publisher: P Crampton, Bookseller, Dublin, 1735


316 pages plus index (complete). Full leather. Pocket sized. A comfortable copy. The boards have scuffing, wear all about. They are placid, benign, steady, contented. The title page has a previous owner signature dated July 20 1735. The contents are gratifyingly matured. The pages have age related marks, but by far they are clean, clear, contented, comforting, assured, keen, agreeable, far from passive. fk View more info