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METROPOLITAN BAZAAR
The Metropolitan Bazaar, with some thoughts on the policy and utility of similar establishments.
London: printed by James Gillet, 1816.
31, [1] p. ; 22.7 cm. (8°)

Anonymous. With a printed notice pasted on the verso of the half-title regarding the 'upper range of Apartments' in the building, which were open for public inspection in hopes of encouraging support. 'The Premises are heated on the new principle of conducting and warming air, as exhibited at No. 1, Russell Place, Fitzroy Square', possibly the system patented by the Marquis de Chabannes (q.v.). The Metropolitan Bazaar for the sale of manufactured goods was located on Fleet Street in what had been Mr Mist's warehouse of cut glass.

Copy Notes Unopened.

Binding C19th half dark green hairsheep, blind double-rule borders, marbled-paper boards, gilt double-ruled spine, gilt-lettered 'Climbing / Boys'. Numbered '94' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 2772


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