London: Printed for T. Cadell, in the Strand, 1777. First editon. 22 cm. , vii - xvi,  - 176pp. Later gray cloth binding. A sequel to Price's "OBSERVATIONS ON THE NATURE OF CIVIL LIBERTY." Very good. ADAMS 77-75a. HOWES P-583.
London: Printed and Published by Thomas Clio Rickman, Upper Mary-Le-Bone Street; And to Be Had of All Booksellers, 1819. First edition. 24 cm. xv, , 277pp., . Original blue paper boards, white paper spine. Spine heavily chipped and boards stained. Interior clean.
Boston: Lee & Shepard, 149 Washington Street, 1867. First edition. 20cm. xvi, 380pp. Green publishers cloth with gilt stamping on spine. Spine ends worn down, rear joint split upper 2 in., inner hinges repaired with Japanese paper. On fly leaf in ink "No. 7 Custer City Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1." A good copy.
London: Printed for J. Ridgway, No. 1. York Street, St. Jame's Square, 1792. 8vo. 46pp.,  adv. for new publications for H. D. Symonds. Bound in recent paper boards and spine, title and date stamped on front cover. Reprint of Howes P-25 and ADAMS 82-66.
[various places in Rhode Island, Massachusetts & Connecticut: 1771-1780]. Contemporary American binding, plain leather (rubbed). A few ink margin notes, some overall toning to text, but a remarkably crisp, clean set of late colonial and Revolutionary War era almanacs, superbly preserved, with Paul Revere engravings, a map of New York's...