Antiquity; or the Wise Instructer. Being a Collection of the Most Valuable Admonitions and Sentences, Compendiously Put Together, from an Infinite Variety of The Most Celebrated Christian and Heathen Writers, Divine, Moral, Historical, Poetical, And Political. Jonathan Brooks, Augustine, Cicero, Martial, ed., contrs.
Antiquity; or the Wise Instructer. Being a Collection of the Most Valuable Admonitions and Sentences, Compendiously Put Together, from an Infinite Variety of The Most Celebrated Christian and Heathen Writers, Divine, Moral, Historical, Poetical, And Political

Antiquity; or the Wise Instructer. Being a Collection of the Most Valuable Admonitions and Sentences, Compendiously Put Together, from an Infinite Variety of The Most Celebrated Christian and Heathen Writers, Divine, Moral, Historical, Poetical, And Political

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Bristol, [UK]: Printed for J. Brooks, the Editor, by S. Farley, 1770. 12mo. xxvi, 325 p. Full contemporary speckled calf ruled in gilt with red leather spine label.

A collection of maxims and aphorisms, first published under the title "Politeuphuia" and attributed to Nicholas Ling.

Spine ends are chipped and extremities worn with exposure. Wear to boards and boards loose but holding. Binding otherwise holding and pages unmarked.

Price: $85.00