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History of the intellectual development of Europe.

Draper, John William.

Published by Harper & Bros, New York, 1863
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First U.S. edition: A physician, chemist, and historian applies Darwinian evolutionary metaphors to philosophy and social history. 8vo. xii, 631, [1] pp. Publisher's textured brown cloth, spine with gilt-stamped title; binding shaken, front joint starting from head and back joint from foot, spine sunned, extremities rubbed. Front hinge (inside) cracked. Ex?social club library: paper label at top of spine, call number on endpapers, rubber-stamp on title-page and two others, back free endpaper with pocket and slip, no other markings. Light pencilled bracketing and marginalia; occasional light spotting. Pages embrittled with occasional short edge tears, a few extending into text. Bookseller Inventory # 29295

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Title: History of the intellectual development of ...

Publisher: Harper & Bros, New York

Publication Date: 1863

Edition: 1st Edition

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