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    Gradus Ad Cantabrigiam. Or, a dictionary of terms academical and colloquial, or cant, which are used at the University of Cambridge. London: W. J. & J. Richardson, 1803. First edition. Octavo. 139, [1, errata] pages. Lacking six lithographic plates. Quarter-calf over brown boards with gilt-stamped spine. Corners rubbed, moderate edgewear, some dampstaining, somewhat rubbed. Lacking front free endpaper, Opie Collection ink stamp and other bookplate to front pastedown. Pencil notation to bottom of title page, minor intermittent foxing and soiling, edges untrimmed, minor text block edgewear and chipping. Good.

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    December, 2020
    16th Wednesday
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