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    [Featured Lot] Hill, John & Richard Roe [pseudo.--William Kendrick?]. John Hill. Lucina sine Concubitu. Lucine Affranchie Des Loix Du Concours. Lettre Adressee A La Societe Royale De Londres...Traduite de l'Anglois d'Abraham Johnson. N.P:N.P.,1750. [4],x,57,[1]pp. [bound with:] Richard Roe. Concubitus sine Lucina, Ou Le Plaisir Sans Piene
    Response a la Lettre intitulee Lucina sive concubitu
    .Londres[Paris?]:1750. 59,[1]pp. 8vo. 2 vols. in 1. Contemp. French mottled calf, spine gilt with repeated floral design, banded, title on red morocco label, edges red, marbled endpapers, bookplate of R. Rickaert, old signature on 1/2 title, clean copies. First French Edition. From the Krown & Spellman Collection.

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    September, 2014
    25th Thursday
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