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The Monthly Review, Or Literary Journal Enlarged: From January to April 1793. By Several Hands. Volume X (Volume 91 from the inception of the Review).

Griffiths, Ralph editor. Various Authors

Published by Printed For R. Griffiths, and sold by T. Becket, Pall Mall, London, 1793
Condition: Good Hardcover
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Marbled boards with leather binding, covered in gray/blue paper. 584 pp, plus 8 pages of index. January through April 1793, plus a lengthy appendix. Most likely from the collection of George Peabody, as this was purchased in a lot of others, some of which bear his signature. Containing the Peabody Institute bookplate on the inside front cover, which also states, Presented by George Peabody. George Peabody (1795-1869) is considered one of the first modern philanthropists, establishing trusts to help the poor, as well as founding the Peabody Institute. He gained much of his fortune from banking, eventually partnering with Junius Spencer Morgan, father of J.P. Morgan. Edited and published by Ralph Griffiths, the Monthly Review published works of criticism on many authors and books, providing bibliographic and historical information on many topics. Of note in this volume are several articles and extracts on topics such as 'American Savages' described; several reviews of work by or about Thomas Paine; the African slave trade; an historical account of Amsterdam; a plan for the relief of "cancerous persons"; the Etruscan language; an account of traveling in America; Swedish orations; critique of the French Revolution; and many items on religious, scientific, literary and philosophical subjects. EX-LIBRARY, from the Peabody Institute. GOOD condition. Boards covered by dull blue paper glued to the inside cover. This paper bears library shelving info on the spine. The paper bears some soiling, fading and scuffing. Aforementioned bookplate present. Library ownership stamp and call numbers on the title pages. Small circular library stamp on one page in the text. Minor scattered foxing and soiling, a bit heavier to the title page. Interior hinges reinforced with cloth tape. Minor toning to the pages. Bookseller Inventory # 006738

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Title: The Monthly Review, Or Literary Journal ...

Publisher: Printed For R. Griffiths, and sold by T. Becket, Pall Mall, London

Publication Date: 1793

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition:Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Book Type: Ex-Library

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