Letters from Edinburgh written in the years 1774 and 1775
Title: Letters from Edinburgh written in the years 1774 and 1775 containing some observations on the Diversions, Customs, Manners and Laws of The Scotch Nation
Author: Edward Topham
Publisher: Printed for various dignitries in Dublin
1st Edition - 2 Leather bound volumes
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Edward Topham (1751–1820) was an English Journalist, playwright, soldier and dandy. On leaving Cambridge University he travelled for six months in Scotland and Edinburgh in particular. His letters treat many themes, the Scottish dialect and accent, the civility and good nature, their Suppers, theatre, law and gardening amongst others.
There is some loss of the leather on the tops and bottoms of the spine, some cracking and some fading of the gilt title and volume number. There is some general looseness of the binding. The inside pages remain bright and clean throughout.
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