By: Talbot, Catherine

Price: £20.00

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Red boards, half-bound; light wear; binding tight; gilt titling on spine, bright; raised bands on spine. No publisher or date, but estimated to be about 1820. This slim volume of the 18th Century essayist comprises: On the Employment of time..., On True Politeness, On the Accommodation of the Temper..., On Delicacy of Feeling, On the Employment of Wealth, On the Importance of Riches, On Literary Composition, On Prior's Henry and Emma, On the Separation of Friends by Death, On Self Love, On the Principles of Self-Interest..., On the Distinction Between Cunning and Prudence, On the Necessity of Encouraging Hope, On the Moral Uses of Geography, On the Consistency of Character, On the Art of Pleasing in Society, On the Power and Necessity of Confidence, On True Friendship, On Our Passage Through Life..., On Our Capacity for Pleasure, On Reflection as the Source of Cheerfulness, On the Employment of Life, On Resignation to the Will of Providence, On the Happiness Derived from Society, On Trust in Providence, On the Necessity of Innocent Amusement.; 12mo (3 1/2" x 5 1/2"); 154 pages

Title: Essays

Author Name: Talbot, Catherine

Categories: Other,

Publisher: No details: ca 1820

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 13455

Keywords: essays pensees,