London: Murray, 1801. hardcover. Translated from the German by William Johnston. 431pp. 8vo, contemporary 3/4 leather, marbled boards; bookplate pasted to inside front cover, front hinge cracked but sound. London, 1801. First Edition in English. Very Good. very good.
Struve (1767-1807), who was a practitioner in Goerlitz, declares himself neither a Brunonian nor an anti-Brunonian, maintaining that it is unnecessary to state one's position in the matter.