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Thoughts on religion and other subjects (1893 EDITION), By Monsieur Pascal,trans by Basil Kennet

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CONDITION: USED, VERY GOOD. HARDBACK.

Extract:"I believe this is no more than what any one will readily admit, upon the fight of the few Papers, with all their Imperfections, especially when He shall be made acquainted with the methods by which the Author profecuted his Undertaking, and with the entire History of our drawing out this Specimen, for the ufe of the Public: of all which take the following account."

Condition of the book is used and very good. In red cloth covering, with the spine having gold embossing. The cover is shows some signs of wear due to staining, though the spine remains in very good condition, with pages remaining neat and square. Slight yellowing of pages. Book remains very readable.

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Author(s):
Monsieur Pascal, translated by Basil Kennet
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
320
Publisher:
George Routledge & Sons (1893)

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CONDITION: USED, VERY GOOD. HARDBACK.

Extract:"I believe this is no more than what any one will readily admit, upon the fight of the few Papers, with all their Imperfections, especially when He shall be made acquainted with the methods by which the Author profecuted his Undertaking, and with the entire History of our drawing out this Specimen, for the ufe of the Public: of all which take the following account."

Condition of the book is used and very good. In red cloth covering, with the spine having gold embossing. The cover is shows some signs of wear due to staining, though the spine remains in very good condition, with pages remaining neat and square. Slight yellowing of pages. Book remains very readable.

Author(s):
Monsieur Pascal, translated by Basil Kennet
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
320
Publisher:
George Routledge & Sons (1893)

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