The Spectator. Commencing Thursday March 1st 1710, 7 of 8 vols (missing Vol 3 #395-#473)

By: 'A Spectator of Mankind'

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The Spectator. Commencing Thursday March 1st 1710, 7 of 8 vols (missing Vol 3 #395-#473) by 'A Spectator of Mankind'
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London; printed for J & R Tonson and S Draper, re 1749. Steel engraved frontises, title vignettes, average vol 300pp with Index. Sm8vos. Original brown calf, leather on spines dried out & several hinges are cracked, boards rubbed & slightly worn, Vol 1 has small section of leather missing and top board is loose but holding. Inked owner's name 9Charles Hacket) 1809/10 on title pages and neat rubber stamp on feps. One section in Vol 2 detached but secure in itself, some sections in some volumes are loosely held but all secure. Occasional light browning as can be expected with this age, but overall very clean titles. 7 vols of 8: Lively, literary and pithy periodical with comment on all aspects of daily life & society as experienced by educated 18th century gentlemen. First publication of this name, with observations, social comment, Latin quotations, correspondence received & responded to by the 'editor' and his fellow publishers, who are noted in Issue No. 2.

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