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Author Name    DODSLEY, ROBERT

Title   Oeconomy of Human Life, in Two Parts. Translated from an Indian

Binding   Bound full leather with red leather title label

Book Condition   rubbed & scuffed some, worn through leather at the four corners, bottom corners bumped, lacking front & back free endpapers, light to medium foxing. Three large letter "S" written on front flyleaf in old pen.

Type   book

Size   Small volume, 8 x 13.4cm.

Highlights    1801

Location Published   Albany, NY

Inscription   Inscription on verso of rear flyleaf: "Joey mans[?

Book Number   16024

DODSLEY, ROBERT; PHILIP DORMER STANHOPE, Earl of Chesterfield; JOHN HILL. The Oconomy of Human Life, in Two Parts. Translated from an Indian Manuscript, written by an ancient Bramin. To which is Prefixed An Account of the Manner in which the said Manuscript was discovered. In Two Letters, From an English Gentleman in China, to the Earl of **** To Which is Added, An Appendix to the true Economy of Human Life, In a Letter to the Earl of Chesterfield. Albany: Printed by C.R. and G. Webster, at their Bookstore. 1801. Small volume, 8 x 13.4cm.

Bound full leather with red leather title label, rubbed & scuffed some, worn through leather at the four corners, bottom corners bumped, lacking front & back free endpapers, light to medium foxing. Three large letter "S" written on front flyleaf in old pen. Inscription on verso of rear flyleaf: "Joey mans[?], August 14, Ann Waldron 1817." Collation: 8 unsigned leaves, B-C8, D4, E3, E-F8, G4, H3, I-K8, L4, M3, N-O8, P4, Q3. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, (1) advertisement to the public, (1) blank, [v]-viii to the Earl of..., [ix]-xiii to the Great Representative of God, (1) blank, [xv]-xvi introduction, [17]-71 (part I), (1) blank, (1) half-title part the second, (1) blank, [75]-152, (1) half title appendix, (1) blank, [155]-158 introduction, [159]-178 text, (3) contents, (1) blank, (2) ads for Webster. Not in American Bibliography or OCLC. This popular work on conduct has various been ascribed to Robert Dodsley, Philip Dormer Stanhope Earl of Chesterfield, and John Hill. Apparently Dodsley wrote the first part (often attributed to P.D. Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield). Sir John Hill wrote an unauthorized second part which is often found with the later editions.

19th Century Books, Bindings-Leather, Hinduism, Theology

Price = 95.00 USD



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