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8vo in format., 21 cms., pp 64, uncut as issued with deckles remaining. First and last pages a little dusted, hole in margin of title leaf, not affecting the letterpress. Signatures: A-H4. The last line of page 33 reads: '... as that these Treaties have been the ... ' There is a variant that has the text: '... as that the these treaties ...'. Signed at end: A.B. Stab stitched as issued, although the stitch is broken. Well presented in a tailor-made folder with printed title-label. Priced at one shilling. Authorship is usually attributed to John Hervey, Baron Hervey, 1696-1743 although The Craftsman, no. 396, February 2nd, 1734 attributes the work to Horatio Walpole. This very scarce pamphlet, especially in original, as issued, condition, concerns itself with the War of the Polish Succession, 1733-1738. See ESTC T38239, Golsmiths Kress Library 7237.
Title: A Letter to the Craftsmen, upon the Change of Affairs in Europe by the War that is begun against the Emperour.
Publisher: London: Printed for J. Roberts, neat the Ox-ford Arms in Warwick-Lane., 1734
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Good
kg: 1.00 kg
Seller ID: 006400
Keywords: war, Poland, politics, eighteenth century, pamphlets, government