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London: Woodward, 1724. Illustrated with Variety of Characters and Examples drawn from the Ordinary Occurrences of Life. 2 volumes. xvi, 491,  & , 428, pp. 8vo, old paneled calf with gilt lettered and ruled spines, green and red leather spine labels, (leather is well rubbed; inner hinges reinforced; scattered light foxing; book's title is inked on fore edges of both vols.). London: Tho. Woodward, 1724. Very good. Good sound copy of this scarce title.
New York: Harper, 1894. American Institutions, and the Duties of American Citizens, 1856-1891. Ed. by Charles Eliot Norton. 498pp. 8vo, brown cloth, cloth lightly soiled, a few marks in margins. New York: Harper, 1894. Included are two addresses on women's suffrage and one on the higher education of women.
Paris: Chez Panckoucke, 1764. 2 volumes in one, with separate pagination. 192, ; 117 pages. 12mo, handsomely bound in contemporary red calf with ornate gilt borders; spine sunned and leather chipped at foot. Paris: Chez Panckoucke, no date (circa 1765). An early edition of Beaurieu's most successful work -- an educational novel describing a return to nature. "This novel is modeled closely on Rousseau's Emile (1762), so much so that some later editions were attributed to Rousseau himself. Rousseau had...