Journal of a Party of Pleasure to Paris, in the Month of August, 1802; By Which Any Person Intending to Take Such a Journey May Form an Accurate Idea of the Expence That Would Attend it, and the Amusement he Would Probably Receive. Sir John Dean Paul.
Journal of a Party of Pleasure to Paris, in the Month of August, 1802; By Which Any Person Intending to Take Such a Journey May Form an Accurate Idea of the Expence That Would Attend it, and the Amusement he Would Probably Receive
Journal of a Party of Pleasure to Paris, in the Month of August, 1802; By Which Any Person Intending to Take Such a Journey May Form an Accurate Idea of the Expence That Would Attend it, and the Amusement he Would Probably Receive

Journal of a Party of Pleasure to Paris, in the Month of August, 1802; By Which Any Person Intending to Take Such a Journey May Form an Accurate Idea of the Expence That Would Attend it, and the Amusement he Would Probably Receive

London: A. Strahan for T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1803. Octavo. Item #022566

Second edition.112pp. This edition contains thirteen views from nature, illustrative of French scenery aquatinted by J. Hill from the drawings by the author who was an an accomplished artist himself and includes two new prints substituted for two in the first edition. He took care to correct the errors and included new matter particularly an account of the Museum of Antient Monuments which was before omitted by accident. There were an additional number of the two new prints which could be had for free to those who purchased the first edition. Bound in 3/4 borwn polished calf over marbled paper covered boards, marbled endpapers, spine lettered and decorated in gilt, spine label chipped. A very nice copy with the words "republished 1814" at the bottom of title page in a contemporary hand.

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