The Epistles ... with Large Annotations, wherein, Particularly, the Tenets of the Antient Philosophers are Contrasted with the Divine Precepts of the Gospels, with Regard to the Moral Duty of Mankind. Lucius Annaeus SENECA, Thomas MORELL.
The Epistles ... with Large Annotations, wherein, Particularly, the Tenets of the Antient Philosophers are Contrasted with the Divine Precepts of the Gospels, with Regard to the Moral Duty of Mankind

The Epistles ... with Large Annotations, wherein, Particularly, the Tenets of the Antient Philosophers are Contrasted with the Divine Precepts of the Gospels, with Regard to the Moral Duty of Mankind

London: W. Woodfall for G. G. and J. Robinson, 1786. Two volumes bound in one, 4to (11.75 x 9.5 inches). Half-title to volume I. xix, 308; 368 pages. Near-contemporary half vellum, marbled boards, black morocco lettering-piece, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Provenance: John G. Archdeacon (1875 calligraphic New Year inscription on front flyleaf). Two leaves in vol. II with stains, occasional pale spotting, binding with wear at corners and board edges, vellum a bit soiled and with a few losses, despite all of which an attractive copy. Item #407196

ESTC T229351: in this edition there is a full stop after "Seneca" on both title-pages. The editor, Thomas Morrell, collaborated with Handel in oratorio writing.

Price: $250.00

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