Book Description
[4], ii, ix, [1], 306p. Vignette title-paage. Original calf, well-worn, with back board detached.
Dealer Notes
An entertaining mix of prose essays, ‘The consolation of neglected virgins’, ‘Symptoms of self-importance’, &c, and humorous, and sometimes risqué, verse. An uncommon title by the author now best remembered for his picaresque novel “The Spiritual Quixote”, a satire on John Wesley and Methodism in general.
Author An Octo-genarian Scribbler (pseud. Richard Graves 1715-1804).
Date 1804
Condition Some spotting to text pages, especially the last few leaves.

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