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Cobbett, William, 1763-1835.
Advice to young men and (incidentally) to young women in the middle and higher ranks of life in a series of letters addressed to a youth, a bachelor, a lover, a husband, a father, a citizen or a subject.
London ; New York : Knopf, 1930
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William Cobbett; Earl E Fisk; James Gillray; Curwen Press.
|Notes:||"The text of this edition of Advice to Young Men is that of the first edition, published by the author, 183 Fleet Street, London, 1829. The text is printed in Monotype Baskerville, on Van Gelder paper, at The Curwen Press, London, July 1930. The Illustrations are reproduced by the collotype process, and hand-coloured through stencils by L. Van Leer & Co., Amsterdam ... 1000 copies printed, of which 950 are for sale in England and America"--Colophon.
"The text used in this book is reprinted directly from the first edition and exactly reproduces Cobbett's own punctuation, italics, and small capitals. The illustrations are a series of eight caricatures entitled The Life of William Cobbett, --written by himself. These were drawn by James Gillray in 1809. They satirize Cobbett's experiences in the Army ... The caricatures have never been completely reprinted in the original colours until now"--Preface.
"Advice to young men and young women"--Spine.
|Description:|| pages,  leaves of plates : color illustrations ; 26 cm|
|Other Titles:||Advice to young men and to young women|
|Responsibility:||William Cobbett ; with illustrations after Gillray ; edited with a preface by Earl E. Fisk.|