Title: De La Philosophie Corpusculaire, Ou Des ...
Publisher: Chez Cuchet, Libraire, Paris, France
Publication Date: 1785
Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good
Edition: First Edition
200 pages; leather spine with leather red label, boards (5 x 8 inch). Spine showing some wear and missing chips at the bottom of the spine. Wear along the edges of the boards. Tear to page 119. Former owner's bookplate 'A. Still'. Language/French = Title translation - "The Corpuscular Philosophy, or Acquaintances and Magnetic Processes in Various Nations". Antoine-Francois Delandine (1756-1820) was elected to the Estates-General or 1789, before being imprisoned during the 'Reign of Terror' for opposing the republican leadership. He eventually became Director of the Municipal Library in Lyon. Very good clean copy. Bookseller Inventory # 14788
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