The Pamphleteer, Vol. XVIII (Nos. 35 & 36), 1821. Benjamin Constant, Lewis Cornaro, Roberrt E. Broughton, W. L. Bowles.
The Pamphleteer, Vol. XVIII (Nos. 35 & 36), 1821
The Pamphleteer, Vol. XVIII (Nos. 35 & 36), 1821
The Pamphleteer, Vol. XVIII (Nos. 35 & 36), 1821
The Pamphleteer, Vol. XVIII (Nos. 35 & 36), 1821
The Pamphleteer, Vol. XVIII (Nos. 35 & 36), 1821
The Pamphleteer, Vol. XVIII (Nos. 35 & 36), 1821
The Pamphleteer, Vol. XVIII (Nos. 35 & 36), 1821
The Pamphleteer, Vol. XVIII (Nos. 35 & 36), 1821
The Pamphleteer, Vol. XVIII (Nos. 35 & 36), 1821
The Pamphleteer, Vol. XVIII (Nos. 35 & 36), 1821

The Pamphleteer, Vol. XVIII (Nos. 35 & 36), 1821

London: A.J. Valpy, 1821. Hardcover. 8vo, in library buckram and with institutional marks (withdrawn). 584 pp, two folding tables on the national debt. With political, literary and historical essays, with 21 pamphlets each with a separate title page, including Constant, "On the Dissolution of the Chamber of Deputies," plus works on prison reform and criminal jurisprudence, exclusion of the queen from the liturgy, on Alexander Pope, letters to Lord Byron, Cornaro on methods of attaining a long life, considerations of the corn question, etc. The journal typically had ten to twelve "pamphlets" per number and was published from 1813 to 1828. Good. Item #H15444

Price: $45.00