The history of France, from the earliest period :
comprehending every interesting and remarkable occurrence in the annals of that monarchy to its abolition in September 1792 /
by the Rev. Mr. Cooper ; embellished with copper-plate cuts, and designed principally for the use of young ladies and gentlemen.
|Main Author:||Cooper, Rev. Mr.|
|Related Names:||Johnson, R. 1733 or 4-1793.|
London : Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1792.
France / History /
Signatures: 6 engr. leaves + A⁴ B-E¹⁸ F¹² G².
Based largely on the evidence of Richard Johnson's Day-books, M.J.P. Weedon assumes Cooper is a pseudonym of Johnson's (cf. her Richard Johnson and the successors to John Newbery); Osborne Coll. agrees with her arguments, calling them "reasonable and valid" (I, p. 166). However, S. Roscoe is inclined to reject this assumption, pointing out that "[a]n examination of the Day-book entries, and of the bks there referred to, does not reveal a single instance in which one can feel certain, beyond all doubt, that Johnson was the real author" (John Newbery, p. 190).
, 172 p.,  leaves of plates :
14 cm. (18mo)
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