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SKELTON, Philip (1707--1787)
Ophiomaches: or, deism revealed.
London:, printed for A. Millar,, 1749.
2 vols ; 20.2 cm. (8º)
I: xxi, [51], 343, [1] p.
II: [4], 416 p.

Anonymous. By Philip Skelton. Half-title to vol. I reads 'Deism Revealed. In Two Volumes. Vol. I.'; half-title to vol. II reads 'Deism Revealed. Vol. II.'. Engraved title-page vignette in both volumes, signed 'Nixon Sc.' Presented in the form of dialogues. ESTC t101685.

Copy Notes Bought from Tho. Boone for £0.3.0, 15 May 1804. (7/13/5). Ownership inscriptions in ink of JGirardot / Delhancourt and JPeacock on verso of title-page in both volumes, the first two struck out in ink, and extensive ink references and annotations in Peacock's hand on front free-endpapers and half-title of vol. II. James Peacock was the surveyor who introduced Soane, aged 15, to George Dance the younger and thus gave him his start in life.

Binding C18th calf, gilt double-ruled borders and spine, without spine-labels or lettering.

Reference Number 4706

Additional Names Thomas Boone; Delhancourt, J.$Girardot; Peacock, James (1738?--1814)

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