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Charlestown: Etheridge for E. Larkin, 1800. Two volumes in one. 8vo, 146, 136pp, contemporary chipped calf. Couple of pages loose. A good copy. Evans 37997. Not really an anti-feminist, More preached acceptance of God's will, but called for full education for women. Kanner p. 201. This copy is noted as...
NY: Swords, 1809. First US. Edition from the second London Edition. two volumes. 8vo, viii, 259; 254 + 2pp of adv. Bound in contemporary mottled calf, ink inscriptions on the title-pages, some occasional foxing, a very good tight set. Imprints #18118. This heavily didactic novel was hugely popular in the US.
London: Cadell and Davies, 1818. New Edition. 8vo, pp. 464. Bound in contemporary 3/4 calf (lacks most of the leather on the spine, front cover separate, rear lacking). Some pencil marginalia. Light library stamp. Among the most widely read books of the day, this was first attributed to William Wilberforce.