1827 The Pamphleteer
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Two pamphlets extracted from Volume XXVII of 'The Pamphleteer'. These two pamphlets have a continuous pagination.
'A Word in Favour of Female Schools' by Frances Broadhurst, an interesting work written at a time of great debate on the subject of female education.
'Historic Doubts Relative to Napoleon Buonaparte', by Richard Whately.
Whately was an English academic and philosopher, known for his flamboyant character, and for being one of the first reviewers to recognise the talents of Jane Austen.
'The Pamphleteer' was a popular periodical, highlighting important essays on history and politics and publishing them as a bound collection.
Edited by A. J. Valpy
Disbound. Internally, leaves are detaching. Pages are lightly age-toned and generally clean with a couple of spots.
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