Junius: Stat nominis umbra


Junius: Stat nominis umbra


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Junius was the pseudonym of a writer who contributed a series of letters to an English newspaper, the Public Advertiser, from 1769 to 1772. The objective of these letters was to inform the public of their historical and constitutional rights as English citizens and to point out how the government had infringed upon these rights. The writer's real identity is still debated.

Publication Info

  • Publisher: Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe, et al
  • Edition: n/a
  • Date Published: 1810
  • Place Published: London
  • ISBN: n/a


  • Condition: Very Good
  • Signed: No
  • Dust Jacket: No
  • Jacket Condition: n/a
  • Details:
    xxxi, 380 p. 21 cm. 11 b&w engraved portraits. Quarter leather with marbled boards. Worn corners. Bookseller's label on front pastedown. Scholarly marginalia in pencil. A few ink marks 165-167. Moderate foxing, especially of plates.

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