Fashionable Lectures

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Auteur / Author : Anonyme, From the original editions collected by the late Buckle, Henry Thomas

Titre / Title : Fashionable Lectures: Composed and Delivered with Birch Discipline by the Following and many other Beautiful Ladies, who have filled, with universal approbation, the characters of Mother, Step-Mother, Governess, Lady's Maid, Kept-Mistress &c. &c.

Éditeur / Publisher : Sans nom

Lieu d’édition / Place of Publication : s.l.

Collection / Series : (Library Illustrative of Social Progress)

Année d’édition originale / First Year of Publication : 1761-1783?

Année d’édition / Year of Publication : 19XX

Période / Period : XVIIIe siècle / 18th Century, (1750-1799)

Nombre de pages / Number of Pages : 102

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Langue / Language : Langue anglaise / English Language

Caractéristiques / Specifications : Couverture muette. / Unmarked cover.

Notes : According to Henry Spencer Ashbee, the texts published by J.C. Hotten for his Library Illustrative of Social Progress, in 1872, were originally published by G. Peacock around 1777. A text indicates the date 1761 on its title page, another 1785, so the true first publication date is uncertain. This forth edition refers to the Confessions of Rousseau which indicates in was written after 1782, the year of their publication, or 1783, the date of the first English translation.

Our copy is most probably a reprint from the early 20th c. and reproduce the original title page : "The 4th edition, with considerable additions. London, Printed for G[eorge] Peacock, No.66 Drury Lane".

Résumé / Summary :

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