2 edition of An account of some remarkable passages in the life of a private gentleman found in the catalog.
An account of some remarkable passages in the life of a private gentleman
by printed by J. Downing: and are to be sold by N. Cliff and D. Jackson in London
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 3204, no. 05.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||334|
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An account of some remarkable passages in the life of a private gentleman (London, ) Item Preview. Scope/Content: Copious manuscript notes and annotations by Thomas Austen in his copy of An account of some remarkable passages in the life of a private gentleman (), dating from the mid- to late 18th century.
The front paste-down endpaper includes a long note by Austen explaining the role of the book in his life; the same page includes a key to Austen's annotation symbols as well as a. An account of some remarkable passages in the life of a private gentleman: with reflections thereon. In three parts.
Relating to Trouble of Mind, some violent Temptations, and a Recovery ; in order to awaken the Presumptuous, and encourage the Despondent. Left under his own Hand, to be communicated to the Publick after his Decease. An account of some remarkable passages in the life of a private gentleman: with reflections thereon.
In three parts. An account of some remarkable passages in the life of a private Austen’s long bio-bibliographical note on the front pastedown contextualizes the role of the text in his life: “This Book, tho perhaps terrible to some, I can read with the utmost Pleasure & Delight, being for the most part what I myself have actually experienced in the.
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London, J. Downing. In three parts. Relating to trouble of mind, some violent temptations, and a recovery, in order to awaken the presumptuous, and encourage the despondent. Left under his own hand, to be communicated to the publick after.
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