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Original brown cloth with blindstamped decoration on front and back covers and giltstamped lettering on spine. Corner and edgewear. Spine has been repaired to mend several tears. Some foxing. Previous owner's names on front free endpaper. This book was one of four published by Lindsay & Blakiston of Archbishop Whately's Works. Whately is credited with raising the study of logic to a whole new level after releasing his treatise on it in 1826. An online dictionary defines "apophthegm" as a "short, pithy, and instructive saying or formulation." There are nearly 300 pages of "miscellaneous apophthegms" by Whately, who was a man who spoke his mind. Here is his one-line opinion of Alexander Pope's poetry: "Pope's rhymes too often supply the defect of his reasons." 442 pages plus 16 pages of advertising.
Title: Thoughts and Apophthegms from the Writings of Archbishop Whately
Publisher: Philadelphia, Lindsay & Blakiston: 1856
Binding: Original Cloth
Book Condition: Good
Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 003192
Keywords: NOISBN. Religion. Whately.