The pleasing instructor
or entertaining moralist consisting of select essays, relations, visions, and allegories collected from the most eminent English authors to which are prefixed New thoughts on education.
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London : published Octr. 1, 1770 as the Act directs by Robinson & Roberts in Paternoster Row, and T. Slack in Newcastle, [1774?]
|Edition:||A new edition.|
The introduction signed in MS. by the compiler: A. Fisher.
The titlepage is engraved.
The plates were added to this edition to distinguish it from a piracy.
The advertisements following the preface includes one dated March 1, 1774.
Physical description: ,iii,,xii,368p.,plates ; 12⁰.
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