The Gentleman Instructed, in the Conduct of a Virtuous and Happy Life, written for the instruction of a young nobleman, to which is added, a Word to the Ladies, by way of Supplement to the First Part (1713). William Darrell.
The Gentleman Instructed, in the Conduct of a Virtuous and Happy Life, written for the instruction of a young nobleman, to which is added, a Word to the Ladies, by way of Supplement to the First Part (1713)
The Gentleman Instructed, in the Conduct of a Virtuous and Happy Life, written for the instruction of a young nobleman, to which is added, a Word to the Ladies, by way of Supplement to the First Part (1713)
The Gentleman Instructed, in the Conduct of a Virtuous and Happy Life, written for the instruction of a young nobleman, to which is added, a Word to the Ladies, by way of Supplement to the First Part (1713)
The Gentleman Instructed, in the Conduct of a Virtuous and Happy Life, written for the instruction of a young nobleman, to which is added, a Word to the Ladies, by way of Supplement to the First Part (1713)
The Gentleman Instructed, in the Conduct of a Virtuous and Happy Life, written for the instruction of a young nobleman, to which is added, a Word to the Ladies, by way of Supplement to the First Part (1713)

The Gentleman Instructed, in the Conduct of a Virtuous and Happy Life, written for the instruction of a young nobleman, to which is added, a Word to the Ladies, by way of Supplement to the First Part (1713)

London: J. Heptinstall, 1713. Hardcover. The Fifth edition, 1713, 8vo, contemporary black paneled calf gilt, (22) 94, cxxvi, (2) 97-456 pp. Very good or better copy with deep Irish connections, with a calligraphed inscription: 'Theodosia Magill presents John Crosbie with this book for his instruction hoping he will receive the benefit the author designed for his uncle, 1753.' That uncle would have been Maurice Crosbie, Irish politician and peer from Kerry, elected to the Irish Parliament in 1713. Theodosia Magill was an extremely wealthy landowner in County Meade, later Countess Clanwilliam. Very Good. Item #ML1086

Price: $1,250.00

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