A Complete Colllection of Junius’s Letters, with those of Sir William Draper.

A Complete Colllection of Junius’s Letters, with those of Sir William Draper.
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London: A. Thomson, 1770. 8vo, (4), 177 pp. Old paper wrappers, enclosed in a modern cloth case. A very good copy complete with half-title. One of the many early unauthorised editions, this edition noted in BMC as the enlarged edition of the same title published in the same year with 151 pp. This copy has the text end at p. 151, p. [152] is a fly-title, and p. 153 begins new text. OCLC records 7 copies in all, none with only 151 pp. “Third issue: last letter dated May 28, 1770. Cf. Lowndes, The bibliographer's manual, v. 3, p. 1240.” (OCLC). Not in Rothschild. No copy noted at auction or on-line (5/04). (Item Id: 5291)

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