Boston: I. Thomas and E.T. Andrews, 1794. 12mo. Original marbled wraps [frayed along spine and inner margin], stitched. 72pp, lightly worn. About Very Good. "Best of the three earliest American editions." Jenkins. The advertisement 'To the Public' says that "these maxims contributed more than any other work to form the taste of the French nation, and give it a true relish for propriety and correctness." They are arranged alphabetically, from 'Ability' to 'Youth,' with an Index at the end. Evans 27197. I Jenkins 268. (Inventory #: 16227)
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