Junius. Stat Nominis Umbra

JUNIUS; BOCQUET, Edward (illus.)

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Junius is the pseudonym of a writer whose letters appeared in the Public Advertiser, a London newspaper, between Jan. 21, 1769 and Jan. 21, 1772. They appeared regularly for three years and then stopped with no further word from the author. They have survived as English classics due to their Whig philosophy, effective use of slanderous polemics, and the mystery surrounding their authorship.

Publication Info

  • Publisher: Gale, Curtis, & Fenner et al
  • Edition: n/a
  • Date Published: 1813
  • Place Published: London
  • ISBN: n/a


  • Condition: Very good
  • Signed: No
  • Dust Jacket: No
  • Jacket Condition: n/a
  • Details:
    [6], [xx], 364 p. 27 cm. Illus. by Edward Bocquet, historical engraver, from original paintings. 12 plates present and called for, listed in back of volume. Full leather is elegantly gilt and blind-tooled. Boards scuffed, top of spine chipped, hinges tender. Matching marbled endpapers and edges. Owner's inscription and bookplate. Some foxing, particularly on last 10 p. Stain to inner margin of pages 226-227, not affecting text. Pages 357-359 loosening.

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