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    M. Du Bois. Les Confessions de S. Augustin, Traduites en Francois sur L'Edition Latine des PP. BB. de la Congregation de S. Maur, avec des Notes, & de nouveaux Sommaires des Chapitres. Paris: Chez Les Libraires Associe's, 1776. Contemporary full mottled leather, rebacked. Bookplate of Anne C. Morrel on front pastedown. Inkstamp "M" on lower corner of title page. Edgewear on covers. Corners slightly bumped. Textblock cockled. Edges darkened with mild chipping. Dampstaining, toning, thumbsoiling, and pencil marks throughout. Two small holes on title page. Older ink signatures on rear flyleaf. Good.

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    June, 2015
    18th Thursday
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