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Junius (Philo-Junius pseudonym, possibly Sir Philip Francis, 1740-1818). John Wilkes, 1727-1797 and John Mason Good, 1764-1827. Henry Sampson Woodfall, 1739-1805.

Published by Philadelphia, PA: Walker, 1836. (1836)

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About this Item: Philadelphia, PA: Walker, 1836., 1836. VOLUME I ONLY of a two volume set. Full title: JUNIUS: INCLUDING LETTERS BY THE SAME WRITER, UNDER OTHER SIGNATURES, (NOW FIRST COLLECTED.) TO WHICH ARE ADDED, HIS CONFIDENTIAL CORRESPONDENCE WITH MR. WILKES, AND HIS PRIVATE LETTERS ADDRESSED TO MR. H.S. WOODFALL. WITH A PRELIMINARY ESSAY, NOTES, FAC-SIMILES, &C. IN TWO VOLUMES. VOL. I. STAT NOMINUS UMBRA. ix, [3], 405 pages. Hardcover; H 22.5cm x L 14.5cm. Original brown cloth, spine cloth sunned with lettering dulled to near illegibility, some staining to boards. Old pencil signature on front pastedown; occasionally mild to moderate foxing throughout; top corner of pages 141-142 creased. Two facsimile foldouts as called for with both strongly toned; three-panel foldout between pages 64-65 with tear along fold and wear along fore-edge and top edge; two panel foldout between pages 80-81. Binding is firm. Still an attractive good+ copy. Seller Inventory # D17-3557

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Junius (pseudonym of Sir Philip Francis)

Published by No Publisher Indicated, London (1786)

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About this Item: No Publisher Indicated, London, 1786. Hard Cover. Condition: Poor. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. New Edition. 1. Full leather. This is a later edition (1786) of the collected letters of "Junius," first published in 1772. "Junius' poured brilliantly slanderous invective upon Tory-minded English ministers, especially the Duke of Grafton, for a series of inconsistent measures which allegedly ruined England and drove the colonies 'into excesses little short of rebellion.' Vehement, lucid, frequently reprinted in English and colonial newspapers, the letters were polemical masterpieces with such extraordinary knowledge and appreciation of contemporary colonial opinion that they lent moral support to the early revolutionary cause. 'Junius' opposed the Tea Duty, but upheld the legality of the Stamp Act, and prophesied (Dec. 19, 1769) that the colonies aimed at independence" - Dictionary of American History. . Upper board missing, spine cracked, some foxing. Reading copy only. POOR. . 8vo 8" - 9" tall. 394 pp. Seller Inventory # 15589

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Junius [pseudonym, reputedly of Sir Philip Francis]

Published by Harrison & Co. (1802)

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About this Item: Harrison & Co., 1802. Condition: Near very good set. Edition not stated. 225 x 141mm, recased with new endpapers in dark green simulated morocco, pp.[viii] 316; [viii] 466, fore- & tail edges untrimmed. Some loss to corners of title-page of Volume 1, blank before title-page of Volume 2 defective. Untrimmed edges dust-soiled. Seller Inventory # 005782

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Junius (pseudonym, probably Sir Philip Francis).

Published by Printed By Turnbull & Gall. (1808)

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About this Item: Printed By Turnbull & Gall., 1808. Hardcover. Condition: Good. An interesting copy, some pages are a little tanned and some pages have foxing to them. A few stains to inside covers and free end pages. Leather spine covering and corner edges, with gilt lettering to spine. Rubbed. A good binding. Good condition is defined as: a copy that has been read but remains in clean condition. All of the pages are intact and the cover is intact and the spine may show signs of wear. The book may have minor markings which are not specifically mentioned. Most items will be dispatched the same or the next working day. Seller Inventory # mon0002099329

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JUNIUS [pseudonym, probably FRANCIS, Sir Philip] [1740-1818].

Published by Edinburgh: Printed By James Ballantyne and Co. For Vernor, Hood, And Sharpe., 1807. (1807)

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About this Item: Edinburgh: Printed By James Ballantyne and Co. For Vernor, Hood, And Sharpe., 1807., 1807. Hardcover. 8vo. pp. 1 p.l., iii, xxxi, 380. 12 engraved portraits (incl. frontis.). handsomely bound in marbled calf by Riviere & Son, gilt back & inside dentelles, a.e.g. (joints cracked). cfNCBEL II 1179. Seller Inventory # BNIniJUN88

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JUNIUS [pseudonym, probably FRANCIS, Sir Philip] [1740-1818].

Published by London: 1783. (1783)

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About this Item: London: 1783., 1783. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 12mo. pp. xii, 263; 1 p.l., vi, 316. contemporary sprinkled calf, gilt backs (library marks on verso of titles, marginal ink stain on p. xii Vol. I, but a nice set). armorial bookplate of Michael Tisdall, signed. "Includes 69 letters of J.E. and 14 others "written by Junius, or letters to which he replied". An a[dvertisement] maintains that the editor has restored important omissions in the author's edition.Particularly valuable for numerous and full notes not in other editions." (Cordasco) Cordasco 54. NCBEL II 1179. Seller Inventory # BNIeJUNI62

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About this Item: Printed by G. Woodfall, London, 1814. Condition: Near Fine. Second edition. Three volumes. Contemporary (publisher's?) green quarter cloth and paper covered boards with printed paper spine labels. Chipping on the label of Volume III with loss of text, modest edgewear, else a handsome set. Largely unopened. Seller Inventory # 378087

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JUNIUS [pseudonym, probably, FRANCIS, Sir Philip] [1740-1818].

Published by London: Printed By G. Woodfall, For F.C. And J. Rivington., 1812. (1812)

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About this Item: London: Printed By G. Woodfall, For F.C. And J. Rivington., 1812., 1812. Hardcover. 8vo. pp. xii, *336, 248; xi, [3], 516; xiii, [1], 511, [1]errata. complete with half-titles. 5 folding hand-writing facsimile plates & 1 engraved plate of seals. A nice set in contemporary diced calf, gilt backs (rear joint of Vol. II partly cracked, small piece chipped from upper rear joint of Vol.II, light foxing to plates & outer leaves). First Edition Edited By George Woodfall (1767-1844). Includes an Introductory essay by John Mason Good (1764-1827) and confidential letters not included in previous editions. "Contains a wealth of notes culled from other editions and original notes as well.which are very extensive. The authenticity of the private letters first printed in this edition has never been fully accepted."(Cordasco) NCBEL II 1180. Cordasco 116. Seller Inventory # BNIniJUN97

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