1822 The Indicator
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First Edition, Leather Binding
Starts with a portion of issue III. Then, issue IV November 3rd 1819, V November 10, 1819- LII Oct 4 1820, I October 11th 1820, LIV October 18th 1820- LXXVI March 21st 1821, Only one leaf of issue LII. Lacks numbers 1, 2, 3, 63 and 66. A scarce nineteenth century periodical, edited by Leigh Hunt. Hunt was an important critic, essayist and poet and co-founded the leading intellectual journal 'The Examiner'. This is one of many newspapers produced by Hunt, which includes 'The Reflector' and 'The Companion'. 'The Indicator ran from 1819-1821 and was a weekly literary periodical. Hunt wrote most of the content present to this volume, which includes reviews, essays, stories and poems.
In a half calf binding, with cloth covered boards. Externally, very smart, with light rubbing to the joints and extremities. Internally, firmly bound. Leaf prior to page 19 has been removed, with a small portion remaining. Pages are very bright, with just the odd spot.
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