Roman tablets; containing facts, anecdotes, and observations, on the manners, customs, ceremonies, and government of Rome. To which is added, the author's defence before the Cour royale at Paris, upon solemn hearing. Translated from the French. Joseph Hippolyte de Santo-Domingo, comte.
Roman tablets; containing facts, anecdotes, and observations, on the manners, customs, ceremonies, and government of Rome. To which is added, the author's defence before the Cour royale at Paris, upon solemn hearing. Translated from the French.

Roman tablets; containing facts, anecdotes, and observations, on the manners, customs, ceremonies, and government of Rome. To which is added, the author's defence before the Cour royale at Paris, upon solemn hearing. Translated from the French.

London: Thomas Flint, 1826. First edition, 8vo, pp. viii, 268; 2 lithograph plates; slightly later calf-backed marbled boards, black morocco label on spine; old rubberstamp on title-p., else a good copy, reasonably sound. 8 copies in OCLC, only 6 in the U.S. Item #24383

Price: $250.00