1789 The Rambler
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Illustrated, Leather Binding
Illustrated with an engraved frontispiece to each volume.
The first three volumes only of the four volume eleventh edition of Samuel Johnson's collection of two-hundred and eight articles on a variety of subjects, written primarily for the rising eighteenth century middle classes, with the aim of joining 'both profit and delight'.
With the inscription T. M. Symonds to head of each title page.
ESTC reference no T98573
In a full tree calf binding. Small losses to leather at back strip head and tail. Front joint of volume I and III starting, with boards holding firm. Volume II spine label partially detaching. Internally, firmly bound. Inscription to head of each title page. The odd spot, with pages generally clean and bright.
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