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La Roche

Author: Henry Mackenzie
Publisher: [Edinburgh, [1779?]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Copy of Mackenzie's The Story of La Roche (f. 1r-55r). Also includes some verse on Tickell (f. 71r-72r).
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Genre/Form: Manuscripts, English
Manuscripts, European
Codices
Named Person: Thomas Tickell
Material Type: Manuscript, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Mackenzie
OCLC Number: 122470253
Language Note: English.
Notes: Ms. codex.
Title and author from caption title (f. 1r).
Incipit of introduction (f. 1r): When I first undertook this publication, it was suggested by some of my friends, and indeed, accorded entirely with my own ideas, that there should be nothing of religion in it.
Incipit of text (f. 4r, headed "To the Author of the Mirror"): More than forty years ago, an English philosopher, whose works have since been read and admired by all Europe, resided at a little town in France.
Foliation: Paper, 81; [i, 1-80]; modern foliation in pencil, upper right recto.
Script: Written in a cursive script, possibly in the hand of Henry Mackenzie.
Binding: Contemporary full calf. Wearing at edges. Inside hinges splitting.
Origin: Written in Edinburgh, 1779 (Zacour-Hirsch).
Description: 81 leaves : paper ; 181 x 115 (152 x 106) mm. bound to 187 x 122 mm.
Other Titles: Story of La Roche.
When I first undertook this publication, it was suggested by some of my friends, and indeed, accorded entirely with my own ideas, that there should be nothing of religion in it.
More than forty years ago, an English philosopher, whose works have since been read and admired by all Europe, resided at a little town in France.

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Copy of Mackenzie's The Story of La Roche (f. 1r-55r). Also includes some verse on Tickell (f. 71r-72r).

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