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David Bailie Warden on Consular establishments, 1813  

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On the Origin, Nature, Progress and Influence of Consular Establishments

Warden, David Bailie


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331 pp. (8vo) green ½ crushed morocco with marbled paper-covered boards, spine tooled and lettered in gilt, red morocco spine label. First Edition.  

David Bailie Warden was a naturalized American citizen from Ireland who became the Secretary of the United States Legation to France and the Consul General in Paris for forty years. A member of the Philosophical Society of America, he exemplified the polymath interests of the age of Enlightenment.

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Mild sunning to spine; moderate foxing to endpapers and leaves; very good or better.

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