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Book Description
[Various]. The Quarterly Review. Oct. 1813 & Jan. 1814. London: J. Murray, 1817. pp.560. Minimal yellowing, engraved bookplate of PRINCESS SOPHIA to front pastedown. Contemporary half calf over marbled boards, spine gilt and lettered, marbled endpapers, upper hinge starting, upper joint cracked.
Dealer Notes
Princess Sophia's (1777-1848) copy - daughter of George III, renowned for the rumours surrounding her alleged illegitimate child and several affairs with courtiers.

The Quarterly Review includes articles on the employment of Indian-built ships in the trade of the East Indian Company, te state of national subsistence, literary texts and correspondence.
Author [VARIOUS, Princess Sophia's copy.]
Date 1817
Binding Half calf over marbled boards
Publisher London: John Murray,
Condition Good
Pages 560

Price: £50.00

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