The BLIND CHILD, or Anecdotes of the Wyndham Family.; Written for the Use of Young People. By a Lady. Elizabeth Sibthrope - Attributed to Pinchard.
The BLIND CHILD, or Anecdotes of the Wyndham Family.; Written for the Use of Young People. By a Lady.

The BLIND CHILD, or Anecdotes of the Wyndham Family.; Written for the Use of Young People. By a Lady.

Boston: Printed and Sold by W. Spotswood, No. 55 Marlborough - Street. 1795. 2nd Spotswood Edition, 1st such in 1793. Evans 29325; Rosenbach 198; Welch 1006.2. vii, [1 (blank), [9] - 191, [1 (List of books "For Sale, by the printers hereof")] pp. "The Story of Mr. Wentworth. From the Mirror, No. 27", pp. 177 - 191. Frontispiece. 4" x 2-3/8". Period black leather spine, gilt spine lettering, over marbled paper boards. Binding worn, with leather loss at base of spine. Early poi to front eps. A Good copy. Item #49776

Attributed to Pinchard by Welch.

According to Rosenbach, "Mrs Pinchard was the wife of an attorney at Taunton, and her stories were very highly appreciated in her day. ... The first edition was published by E. Newbery in London, 1791."

While not a particularly uncommon title, the US imprints thereof, however, are.

Price: $750.00

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