Paris: Not Identified, 1778. Title with ornamental borders; title vignette and ornamental head/tail pieces throughout. Illustrated with a portrait of Pascal engraved by L. Demeuse. XII, 316 pages. 8vo, handsomely bound in full contemporary mottled calf with gilt decorated spine and marbled page edges. Paris [i.e. Geneva]: Publisher Not Identified [Grasset], 1778. Nouvelle edition. Scarce. According to BN, the imprint is false; this edition was printed in Geneva by Grasset. A reprint of Condorcet's selection from the Pensees. he added.....
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1762. 20 engraved plates by Gravelot. Full sheep; (very worn, front cover loose), internally fine. (Geneva), 1762. First Authorized Edition. Good. Voltaire disavowed the edition published at Louvain in 1755. This was "the first which appeared with the approbation of the author; it contains 5 entirely new songs, notes, preface, and a great number of corrections and additions throughout." --Brunet V, 1362.
Paris: Josse, 1731. Slim 8vo, pp. xxix . 110,  (approbation and errata). Decorative copper engraved head-pieces, a few contemporary ink annotations, full gilt brown calf, covers lightly warped and rubbed with a bright gilt heraldic crest on front and back, red edges. Paris: J.F. Josse, 1731. First Edition. Scarce. Very good.
Vernon: Peter Pauper Press, 1945. Tinted illustrations throughout by Fritz Kredel. 156pp. Tall slim 8vo, handsomely rebound in full navy blue morocco; gilt-stamped spine raised bands; inner dentelles, marbled endpapers, t.e.g. mount Vernon NY: Peter Pauper Press, (no date, circa 1945). A near fine copy in a pretty binding.