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Solitude considered with respect to its influence upon the mind and the heart.

Zimmermann, Johann Georg.

Published by Barber & Southwick, Albany, 1796
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"Written originally in German by M. Zimmermann, aulic counsellor and physician to his Britannic Majesty at Hanover. Translated from the French of J.B. Mercier." This is an early English translation and an early U.S. appearance of Zimmerman's ?ber die Einsamkeit, a very popular, oft-printed and much-translated work. 8vo. 280 pp. Evans 31684; ESTC W3361. Contemporary treed sheep, rebacked some time ago with cloth, cloth cut away to show original gilt-stamped leather spine label; edges and corners rubbed. Ex-library: spine with inked call number, front pastedown with bookplate, title-page pressure-stamped, contents page with inked numeral, back free endpaper and pastedown with pocket and slip. Front free endpaper with early inked ownership inscription. Pages showing light spotting and offsetting. Bookseller Inventory # 20057

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Title: Solitude considered with respect to its ...

Publisher: Barber & Southwick, Albany

Publication Date: 1796

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