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THE GENERAL CHARACTER OF THE DOG: Illustrated by a variety of original and interesting anecdotes of that beautiful and useful animal, in prose and verse. By Joseph Taylor.
Printed & Sold by Darton & Harvey, Gracechurch-street, London. - 1804 1st edition. 12mo (110 x 180mm). Ppiv,187 + 8pp catalogue of books. Engraved frontispiece. Newly rebound quarter leather, raised bands, titles in gilt. Some pages a little creased or browned but a very nice copy in an attractive binding. Small title-page stamp of Priests Library, St. Richard's College, Hadzor, and two small ownership labels on end-papers - one of Joseph Strutt (not the author, who died two years before this book was published, but probably his son), and one of Clifford "Doggy" Hubbard. A scarce and attractive early book on the dog which appears to have been overlooked by Jones. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: Coch-y-Bonddu Books Ltd]
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