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Philadelphia: Hickman & Hazzard, 1822. In two parts. To which are prefixed two essays, concerning the Roman Learning and the Roman Education. Embellished with fifteen engravings. 8vo, contemporary mottled calf; joints weak, spine darkened & somewhat cracked. Phila.: Hickman & Hazzard, 1822. First American Edition. Kennett's most important work, originally published in 1696. and considered one of the enlightened analyses of ancient Rome, particularly in respect to education. Fine engravings by R. Campbell.
Williamstown: 1898. x, 327pp. 12mo, green cloth, spines ends and edges of corners rubbed, title page slightly chipped on right margin, otherwise very good. Williamstown, 1898. First Edition. Twelves sketches written by students of Williams College on student life there. The other authors are Percival H. Truman and Henry R. Conger. The four sketches by Arthur Ketchum and the five by Henry R. Conger are all each signed by the authors. The three by Percival H. Truman are not signed.
Cambridge: Charles W. Sever, 1880. Many Illus., map. 95pp. + 4pp. of local ads + 4pp. of publisher's ads. Small 12mo, original red cloth, head of spine and edges of corners worn, corners bumped, cloth lightly soiled, light dampstain to top margin of introduction page. Cambridge: Charles W. Sever, 1880 Guidebook to Harvard University. Many of the illustrations are of Harvard University's buildings.