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London: J. & R. Tonson, 1752. 8vo, contemporary calf, with leather spine label. London: J. &. R. Tonson and S. Draper, 1752. First Edition The book contains 11 tracts, each with a separate title page & date, but only one continuous pagination. The subjects include Thoughts on Tar-water, Proposal for converting the Savage Americans to Christianity by a College to be erected...in Bermuda, Exhortation to the Roman Catholic Clergy of Ireland, Discourse to Magistrates, etc.
Oxford: 1987. 3 pages (front and back) on "Headington House" stationery, 8.25 x 5.75 inches, Oxford, April 28, 1987. Written to noted Civil Rights attorney Howard N. Meyer, responding to an article that Meyer had written about Wilson and "Patriotic Gore," in small part: "...There was an element of permanent, as it were, un-critical radicalism in Wilson - hatred of establishments, suspicion of the motives of all public men, natural reaction to slogans and clarion calls and eloquence in political.....
Birmingham: Classics of Medicine, 1980. Translated by Henry Copley Greene. With an Introduction by Lawrence J. Henderson. xix + 226pp., 8vo, full gilt-decorated purple leather, a.e.g. Birmingham: The Classics of Medicine Library, (1980). A fine copy. The separately printed editors' notes are present. Facsimile of the New York: Macmillan, 1927 edition.
Lisbon: Alcobia, 1820. 191pp. 16mo, mottled calf, leather label, top of spine slightly torn; small ex-lib. rubber stamp on fly-leaf. Lisboa, 1820. Very good. Following the example of Montesquieu, Biancardi criticized the French occupation of Portugal under the guise of letters exchanged between Brazilians, one traveling in Portugal.