1783 A New Review with Literary Curiosities
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First Edition, Publishers' Original Binding
Comprising volumes IV, V, VI and IX.
ESTC reference no P1850.
'A New Review' Comprised of ten volumes total, and was printed from 1782-1786 bi-annually. It is also known as the 'Journal of literary occurrences'.
This set is ex-libris from Birmingham library, with the bookplates and decommission stamps to the front pastedowns, in addition to occasional small library stamp to pages.
The pages are very bright.
A very scarce work.
Created by Paul Henry Maty, an English librarian. Maty founded, edited and was the primary author of this review journal.
In uniform half cloth bindings, with paper covered boards. Externally, generally smart. light rubbing to the joints and extremities. Small split to the head of front joints to volumes V and IX. Resulting in the backstrip lifting slightly. Ex libris, Birmingham library. With the bookplates and decommission stamps to the front pastedowns, in addition to occasional small library stamp to pages. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright. Occasional light spots.
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