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Paris: Chez Mercier, 1795. 73,  pages. Slim 16mo, attractively bound in older dark brown flexible leather; all edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Paris: Chez Mercier, An IIIe (1795). Nouvelle edition. "In 1750 the British Royal Society received a curious report titled Lucina Sine Concubita, which translated means "Pregnancy without Intercourse". In the letter the writer argued that women could become pregnant without having engaged in any sexual activity, due to the presence of microscopic "floating animalcula" present in the air.....
New York: Oliver Layton Press, 1965. Illustrated in black & white. 59pp. Slim 12mo, pictorial wrappers, staple binding. (New York: Oliver Layton Press, 1965). A near fine copy. The New York City League for Sexual Freedom included such people as John Wilcock, Dr. Leo Kock, Allen Ginsberg, and Judith Malina. This issues includes work by William Wantling, Jefferson Poland, Tuli Kupferberg, Jack Diether, Erik Kiviat, Rt. Rev. Michael Francis Itkin, Richard Miller, George Montgomery, Ed Sanders, and Arthur Lewis.