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JAMES BOSWELL. THE EARLIER YEARS, 1740-1769

by Pottle, Frederick A. (editor)

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(BOSWELL) Pottle, Frederick A. JAMES BOSWELL. THE EARLIER YEARS, 1740-1769. New York: McGraw-Hill, (1966). Small 4to. Cloth. Frontispiece, xxiii, 607 pages. First edition. Being the biography of James Boswell, the famous biographer of Samuel Johnson Written by the editor of the journals of James Boswell. Very good.

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