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Millar, John

The Origin of the Distinction of Ranks: or, an Inquiry into the Circumstances which Give Rise to Influence and Authority, in the Different Members of Society. The Fourth Edition, Corrected. To which is prefixed, An account of the life and writings of the author, by John Craig.

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Printed for William Blackwood, and Longman, Hurst, Rees, & Orme, Edinburgh. 1806, cxxxiv, 296p., mouldmade paperstock, all edges deckled, top edges of signatures opened neatly throughout. Hardbound: a utilitarian early to mid-twentieth-century recasing in dim blue buckram of the original textblock, with subdued replacement headbands and supplied blanks that escape a garish note; the spine titling however is offensively humdrum. Find a few flecks of foxing, some waving and creasings that frequently manifest in mouldmade textblocks, the deckles have picked up toning and dust, the recasing is a little stiff to open, but in general a clean sound satisfactory copy which a crafted spine label would improve. Various sorts of servitudes, including that of women; concludes with a dozen pages on the enslavement of Africans, from Rome to Scotland.

Cat.No: 191089

Price: $110.00

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