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Occasional Reflections, Offered Principally for the Use of Schools

Dillwyn, George

Published by David Allinson, Burlington, NJ, 1815
Used Condition Fair Leather_bound
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Worn leather covers; front cover detached. Notes and inscription on free end paper. Title page chipped. Former library book, owner name and bookplate inside front cover. Pages lightly browned with some foxing. Includes aphorisms for writing copies, moral sentiments, and anecdotes. He was a Burlington, New Jersey Quaker preacher who claimed to have the gift of prophecy. Smith I:532. Bookseller Inventory # 070101


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Title: Occasional Reflections, Offered Principally ...

Publisher: David Allinson, Burlington, NJ

Publication Date: 1815

Binding: Leather_bound

Book Condition: Fair

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