Explore Collections Explore The Collections
You are here: CollectionsOnline  /  Thinks-I-to-myself. A serio-ludicro, tragico-comico tale, written by Thinks-I-to-Myself who? To which is added, a preface concerning the author: with replies to the reviewers, thanks to the public, a letter relative to the portrait, and various other particulars. In two volumes. ... Eighth edition, embellished with a portrait of the author thinking-to-himself.
top left corner
top right corner
bottom left corner
bottom right corner
Image Not Yet Available
NARES, Edward (1762--1841)
Thinks-I-to-myself. A serio-ludicro, tragico-comico tale, written by Thinks-I-to-Myself who? To which is added, a preface concerning the author: with replies to the reviewers, thanks to the public, a letter relative to the portrait, and various other particulars. In two volumes. ... Eighth edition, embellished with a portrait of the author thinking-to-himself.
London: printed for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones; J. Hatchard; and J. Asperne; by Law and Gilbert, 1812.
2 vols ; 19.5 cm. (12º)
I: [4], li, [1], 227, [1] p., engr. frontis. port.
II: [4], 215, [1] p.

'Thinks-I-to-Myself Who?' = Edward Nares. First published in 1811. Frontispiece portrait by Hopwood after Clennell. The author was a scholar with wide-ranging interests in theology, history and geology who also wrote successful works of humour.

Binding C19th publisher's blue paper boards, grey paper spines, printed paper spine-labels.

Reference Number 4638


If you have any further information about this book,
please contact us:

books@soane.org.uk