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Publisher: The Way to Get Married: or the Advantages & Disadvantages of the Marriage State, Philadelphia, 1813: 1813
Book Number: 17875
Condition: 5 horizontal gilt fillets divide the spine into 4 compartments, top 2mm of spine chipped away, worn through marbled paper at corners and some places along edges, rubbed and scuffed a bit, small worm hole and a 1 x 8mm worm track near bottom of front hinge, a 2 x 9cm piece of front paste-down endpaper torn away exposing marbled paper turn-in, light to medium foxing--heavier on endpapers & first and last few pages, a few dog-ears, two crease marks in title, lacks front flyleaf. Inscription at top of title in early brown pen: "Protestant Episcopal Library of Harriott Furman No.24." Written on various places in pencil "Sisler Scott March the 23 1882"(verso of front free endpaper); "Sisler Scott"(top p31); Scott Sisler 1882 March"(top p.51); Scott Sisler April the 9th 1873 there is snow on the ground"(verso of rear free endpaper); and "Scott Sisler March the 23rd 1882"(top of rear paste-down endpaper).
The Way to Get Married: or the Advantages & Disadvantages of the Marriage State, Philadelphia, 1813 JOHNSON, JOHN & JOHN GREGORY. The Way to Get Married: or, the Advantages and Disadvantages of the Marriage State; Represented Under the Similitude of a Dream. To which is added, A Father's Legacy to His Daughters, in a Few Excellent Letters. Philadelphia: Published by Jacob Meyer, No. 177, North Second-Street. James Stackhouse, printe... View more info
Book Number: 13875
WILKINSON, ROBERT. The Royal Merchant. A Sermon Preach'd at White-hall, Before the King's Majesty, At the Nuptials of an Honourable Lord and his Lady. Prov. xxxi.14. She is like a Merchant's Ship, she bringeth her Food from afar. By Robert Wilkinson, Cambridge. Second Edition. London: Printed and Sold by H. Hills, in Black-Friars, near the Water-side. For the Benefit of the Poor. 1708. Octavo. Disbound pamphlet, foxing, small tear in top margin of pages, ... View more info