The Ladies’ Philosophy of Love

The Ladies’ Philosophy of Love

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The Ladies’ Philosophy of Love

By Charles Sterns

Printed In Leominster Massachusetts For John Prentis and Charles Sterns

The Volume is in Very Good Condition Bound in later paper wraps: externally the wraps are frayed a little bit, but predominantly fine. Internally the leaves are generally clean and amply margined with some small marginal tears, and a more notable tear to Pp. 21/22, with marginal toning at the first and final leaves, with some mild foxing throughout otherwise.
The Volume is Complete in all Respects See below for pagination & dimensions.


Title - The Ladies’ Philosophy of Love

Of Charles Stearns

Charles Stearns was an author in late eighteenth century Massachusetts, renowned as a teacher and moralist. Most of Stearns’ works were instructive dialogues, with Ladies Philosophy of love being a poem on the subject of what a young man looks for in a young woman. Though written in his youth, Stearns only chose to publish this piece as an adult, feeling his youthful observations justified.

Pagination & Dimensions

The volume is paginated as follows: [iii]-iv, [5]-76. The volume collates as follows: [A]-I4, K2. The volume measures about 17.5 cm. By 14.5 cm.by 1 cm. Each leaf measures about 175 mm. By 140 mm.

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