The Edinburgh Review or Critical Journal: For May, 1811 - Aug., 1811 ( Vol. XVIII)

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Original paper boards backed in black leather. Most of the first 34 pages (one article only) obliterated by glued-in clippings. Balance lightly browned, but easily readable. Article II is a speech by John Leach, M.P., on Limitations to the Royal Authority. Article III is related to mining; New Theory of the Formation of Veins. Article IV treats Liberty of the Press with wit and humour. Travels in the South of Spain (In Letters) by William Jacob, M.P.,comprises Article V. The sixth article is Burney's Tentamen, a study of the metrical remains of the dramatic poets. A History of Arithmetic by M. Peyrard comprises Article VII. Several more articles are included, for a total of 510 pp., minus the obliterated ones. Catalog of new publications and an index complete this volume. Well-bound.

Title: The Edinburgh Review or Critical Journal: For May, 1811 - Aug., 1811 ( Vol. XVIII)

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Categories: Periodical,

Edition: Re-print

Publisher: N.Y., Re-printed for Ezra Sargeant: 1811

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Fair

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Bound Periodical

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Seller ID: 005102

Keywords: NOISBN Bound Periodical. Mining. Arithmetic.