The Selector Number 3 1776

The Selector Number 3 1776
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The Selector Number III  Original Edition

Publisher-Printing Location: Printed And Sold At Laidler's-office, Princks-street,Leicester-fields; And Mav Be Had Of J. Bew, Paternoster-row, Mrs.folingsby, No. 4. Temple-bar, And J. Axtell, Royal-exchange . LONDON by John Calder

Date and Numbering: 1776  Number III ( no date was printed on this issue but it is probably December 5,  because volume 4 was dated December 19, 1776 and in 1776-1777 the magazine was a fortnight or bi-weekly publication)

Size and Page Count: 5.25" X 8" Tall  77 Pages

Condition: -Very Good-, light corner wear, marbled paper gloss cover with a couple of V pieces out of front and rear, spine and binding very good.

TO BE CONTINUED EVERY FORTNIGHT.

[Price Six-Pence.]

Containing:

  • Review of Foreign Books  P.87
  • Review of Travels through Italy  P.96
  • Sermon on Love P. 108
  • Cleomar and Dalia  P. 114
  • Letter to a young Gentleman P. 127
  • Oration of a Vallaine  P. 136
  • Letter from Voltaire  P. 142
  • Observations on Executions  P. 144
  • Anecdote of Lord Percy  P. 145 Lieutenant-General Hugh Percy later fought against the American Colonalists in Battle of Lexington and Concord and the Battle of Long Island during the American Revolutionary War
  • Account of  Alessandro Stradella  P. 146
  • Poetry  P. 149
  • Theatrical Register  P. 185
  • Masquerade Intelligence  P. 160
  • Foreign and Domestic Intelligence, Etc P. 162

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