The wit of women


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New York [and] London: Funk & Wagnalls, 1885. 7 5/8 x 6". 215pp. Original pictorial cloth, wear at head and foot of backstrip, a few water spots on back cover. Text lightly browned throughout. A good, sound copy. Collated and complete. Large inscription in blue pencil on preliminary blank. Examples include an epigram by Jane Austen (on hearing of the marriage of a Mr. Gell to a Miss Gill), "At Eastborne, Mr. Gell, from being perfectly well, / Became dreadfully ill for the love of Miss Gill; / So he said, with some sighs, 'I'm the slave of your iis; / Oh, restore, if you please, by accepting my ees.'". Bookseller Inventory # 002257

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Title: The wit of women

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