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TULK, John Augustus (1756--1845)
The dry rot in buildings effectually cured.
[London]:, Hodson, printer, Cross-Street, Hatton-Garden,, [c.1796?].
3, [1] p. ; 22.0 cm. (4°)

Subscribed in ink at the conclusion of the text John Augustus Tulk No 1 / Upper Phillimore Place / Kensington. Paper watermarked '1795 / R Williams'. Tulk was a Swedenborgian and associate of Robert Hindmarsh, patron of William Blake, and father of Charles Augustus Tulk, who served alongside Soane as one of the visiting justices at the Hanwell Asylum; E. and J. Hodson printed various publications for the Swedenborgian Society.

Copy Notes Folded and inscribed in ink as a letter addressed to Jon Soane Esqr / Lincolns Inn Fields.

Binding Folded sheet.

Reference Number 5898

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