The Well-Bred Scholar, or Practical Essays on the Best Methods of Improving the Taste, And Assisting the Exertions of Youth in Their Literary Pursuits
by Milns, William
New York: Literary Printing Office, 1797. Second Edition. Full calf. Fair. 12mo. , viii, 284 pages. Frontispiece engraving. Full brown calf leather binding with title label on spine. Front hinge cracked and front cover very loose. Leather chipped head and base of spine, corners and front board. Old institutional copy with remnants of label on spine and removed card check out label on rear end sheet and an old pocket on rear paste down. Light to moderate toning and scattered foxing to contents. (Inventory #: 7621)
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