Stat Nominis Umbra.


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Place Published: London
Publisher: Gale, Curtis & Fenner
Date Published: 1813

Description: Engraved title and 12 stipple portraits by Edward Bocquet, 4to, full contemporary red straight- grained morocco, spine rubbed, gilt, a.e.g. London: Gale, Curtis & Fenner, 1813. Small early signature on title. Very good (+).

Comments: The letters of "Junius," originally appearing in the "Public Advertiser" from November of 1768 to January of 1772, represent one of the great mysteries of English literature. No author ever claimed credit for these letters, though they were ascribed to every prominent Whig of the period... Sir Philip Francis (1740-1818), who was a clerk in the War Office when the "Junius" letters were written, is generally considered to be the mystery writer, though he denied this association to the end of his life.

Binding: hardcover
Condition: very good(+)
Language: English
Type: Books

Book ID: 36160

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