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Political treatises, on the following subjects: I. The police of France: with a particular description of the police and government of the city of Paris. II. An account of the Southern Maritime Provinces of France; with observations on the cities of Aix, Marseilles, and Toulon. To which are added, remarks on the marine of France. III. The laws and policy of England, relating to trade, examined, &c.
London: printed and sold by T. Harrison ..... and by J. Robson. 1766. 4to., 138 + (4) + 133 + (1) + 125 + (3)pp., including the final advertisement leaf, and with two folding engraved plates of Toulon and its 'projected out work' and dockyards, but wanting the separate title-page to the Police of France,> discarded presumably as superfluous by an early owner, bound in contemporary calf, rather scratched and worn, well rebacked in the 20th century, the spine with raised bands and contrasting labels lettered in gilt. A very good sound copy with the early 19th century armorial bookplate on front pastedown of Cornelius, 2nd Viscount Lismore.> First collected edition: apparently very scarce (Cambridge + Ripley Castle + Kress + Lilly + Lib. of Congress in ESTC). Kress 6365. Higgs 3626. The three constituent essays were originally published in 1763, 1764 and 1765. Sir William Mildmay, 1st Baronet (c. 1706-1771), of Moulsham in the County of Essex, was created in the Baronetage of Great Britain on 5 February 1765. He was appointed Commissioner on the Anglo-French Commission of 1750-1755.
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