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Item Description: 1st Dublin ed P. Byrne et al Dublin, 1793. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Foolscap8vo, [iv], 303, [1 - blank] p. Contemporary brown full tree calf, gilt, all edges tinted green. Fray to the tail of the backstrip, two tiny areas of loss of the calf on the upper cover, large area of the calf with the size rubbed off, gilt titles illegible otherwise a VG tight copy with the half-title. First edition. Bookseller Inventory # 16496

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Item Description: G.G. And J. Robinson, Paternoster Row, London, 1793. Full-Leather. First Edition. A two volume set in contemporary full calf leather.8 vo. Title on spine, although labels missing, and volume number. Marbled end papers.Volume 1- 502pp and volume2- 617pp.Includes folding, hand coloured map to volume 2. In good condition especially internally but with joints cracked. Minor bumping to corners.Private library plate inside front cover of Earl of Eglinton.Minor foxing of both volumes. Bookseller Inventory # 001506

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Moore, John

Published by 1st Dublin ed P.Byrne, B. Dugdale, W. Jones, J. Jones, H. Colbert and J. Rice, Dublin (1793)

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Item Description: 1st Dublin ed P.Byrne, B. Dugdale, W. Jones, J. Jones, H. Colbert and J. Rice, Dublin, 1793. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Foolscap8vo, 303; 570, [1] p. Folding hand coloured map at start of Vol. II with the explanation page at the end. Contemporary brown full tree calf, gilt on red and black lettering pieces. Professionally recased with new matching backstrips and the original lettering pieces retained, name (Maria Wilcox) cut from blank top of first page losing two lines on the verso, PDF of the missing lines supplied), general browning and occasional foxing otherwise a VG tight set with the half-titles. First edition. Bookseller Inventory # 13958

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A Journal During A Residence In France,: Moore, John, M.

Moore, John, M. D.

Published by Childs and Swain / G.G. And J. Robinson, London & New York (1793)

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Item Description: Childs and Swain / G.G. And J. Robinson, London & New York, 1793. Full Calf Leather. Book Condition: Fair. First Edition. Mixed set. Volume 1 is a FIRST EDITION and Volume 2 is a SECOND edition. Original full calf leather with red leather label on spine, splitting of the leather at the joints (as is usual) but boards still well attached, chipped at the top of the spine, hand written date on the spine, remains of a paper label at bottom, very rubbed along edges. Fraying at corners. Binding ok. Spine webbing showing in a few gutters in middle of book. Beginning to separate. Pages a little age-toned with sporadic foxing. Some brackets and underlining in pencil. Possible water damage to inside covers and first couple pages. Previous owner's name at top of title page. Overall in FAIR condition. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Hardcover. Bookseller Inventory # 001266

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Moore, John, M.D.

Published by G.G. J. and J. Robinson, London (1793)

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Item Description: G.G. J. and J. Robinson, London, 1793. Full-Leather. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Beautiful First Editions. Two Volumes. 8vo. 502, 617pp. Full contemporary leather with newer spines that look to be mid/late 19th century. Gorgeous fold-out map in vol. 2 is intact and in excellent condition though reinforced white tape. Both volumes are square, solid and fairly clean throughout with a relatively small amount of foxing and mostly to the first several pages only. Corners bumped with some small loss of leather and mild edge-wear. Spines with black paper labels and titles stamped in gild are in Fine condition. Simply gorgeous. Bookplate of Henry Heathcote on the front paste-down. Sir Henry Heathcote (20 January 1777 ¿ 16 August 1851) was an officer of the Royal Navy who served during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. A very pretty, collectible set and quite uncommon. John Moore was a Scottish physician and writer who after serving in the military during th Seven Years War, he traveled to Paris with the British Ambassador where he witnessed much of the French Revolution. This "Journal" is an account of what he witnessed and frequently referred to by other writers, both contemporary and future. Bookseller Inventory # 002715

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A Journal During a Residence in France,: Moore, John
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Item Description: GGJ and G Robinson, Paternoster Row, London, 1793. Hard Cover. 1st Edition. 2 VOLUMES. Vol I: title page, 1p advertisement for late printing of 2nd volume, 502pp; vol II: Folding map, coloured in outline "General Dumouriez's Campaign on the Meuse in 1792" bound before title page, 617pp, 1p Explanation of the Map. Contemporary country house style binding diced full light brown leather, boards with a simple gilt rule and the spines in five compartments with raised bands, richly gilt with titles and volume numbers blocked directly to spines, very minor shelf wear, the text blocks clean, the half titles have not been bound in. A very handsome set. Photo by e-mail on request. Bookseller Inventory # 006412

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A Journal During a Residence in France,: MOORE, John.
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Item Description: London: for G. G. J. and J. Robinson, 1793, 1793. 2 volumes, octavo (208 x 126 mm). Contemporary tree calf, twin fillets within wave-form rolls gilt to spines forming compartments, red label to second, green label to fourth gilt with floral tools and with volume number gilt on black ground, floral centrepieces and feather cornerpieces to remaining compartments gilt, Greek key roll to feet gilt. Large contemporary armorial bookplate of Thomas Reeve Thornton of Brockhall Park, Northamptonshire (1775-1862) to front pastedowns (offsetting to endpapers), with the ownership inscription of his wife Susan[nah] Fremeaux dated 1793 to each initial blank. Spines a little dry, joints and extremities lightly rubbed, tips faintly bumped, paper-flaw (binding-shop oversight) to upper outer corner of vol. 1 sig. Q8 not affecting text, short closed tear along map fold as usual, vol. 2 sigs. 2E and 2I lightly spotted, otherwise the very occasional internal spot or mark. A very good copy. Engraved hand-coloured folding map of Mourier's campaign on the Meuse. First edition of this important source for Carlyle's French Revolution. Moore (1729-1802) was a Scottish physician, novelist and lifelong Francophile, who shortly after the revolution broke out "became greatly preoccupied with the prospects for a constitutional monarchy in the nation he had come to love, whose language he spoke fluently Following the earl of Lauderdale's notorious duel with Benedict Arnold in 1792, Moore and his youngest son, Charles, travelled with Lauderdale to France in the late summer in time to witness the attack on the Tuileries, the September massacres, the rise of the Jacobins, and the humiliation of the French monarchy. They returned on 5 December, before the trial of Louis XVI. In 1793 Moore published the first volume of an account of this experience, A journal during a residence in France from the beginning of August to the middle of December 1792 (the second volume was delayed until 1794, when he had obtained material on the king's trial). The narrative is a simple and obviously exact account of what he saw, and was often quoted by Carlyle in his French Revolution" (ODNB). An attractive copy in a pleasing contemporary binding. Bookseller Inventory # 113703

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