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CONSTABLE, John (1676?--1743)
The conversation of gentlemen considered in most of the ways, that make their mutual company agreeable, or disagreeable. In six dialogues.
London: printed by J. Hoyles: and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, 1738.
viii, 272, [8] p., engr. frontis. ; 16.7 cm. (12º)

Anonymous. By John Constable, a Jesuit priest and educator, who published a number of works including this series of discourses on proper and improper conversation. Woodcut head and tailpieces and passepartout initials for each dialogue. Index at the end with errata.

Copy Notes Inscribed in pencil on front free-endpaper 1,,6.

Binding C18th sprinkled sheep, gilt doube-ruled borders, brown morocco spine-label.

Reference Number 1095


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