8vo., pp. , 178; uncut in the original green cloth, a little skewed, spine slightly sunned, but a good copy, rear hinge strengthened.
US $133 €113
First edition, the issue with the earliest (August) state of Moxon’s inserted 8-page catalogue. Wise, Tennyson 107; Tinker 2083.
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AN ACCIDENTAL DEFOE RARITY HALIFAX, George Savile, Marquis of.
Miscellanies … viz. I. Advice to a Daughter. II. The Character of a Trimmer. III. The Anatomy of an Equivalent. IV. A Letter to a Dissenter. V. Cautions for a Choice of Parliament Men. VI. A rough Draft of a new Model at Sea. VII. Maxims of State, &c.
First edition, the issue without the two rows of ornaments to the title-page, and with Q4-R3 uncancelled. Defoe’s Letter to a Dissenter (first published 1688) rather than Halifax’s was printed in error on leaves Q4-R3, and these leaves are cancelled in later issues (in the present copy Q4 is torn for cancellation). Halifax’s actual Letter is printed on two final gatherings (leaves Q-q8).
NEW PLAN (A)
to save the State. Addressed to the Ladies. By a Gentleman of the University of Cambridge.
First edition, a scarce anonymous plea against vice, in verse. Beset by both the Americans and the French (‘ere one enemy’s subdu’d / Another thirsts for English blood’), England is in need of a reformation of manners, to be led by womankind: