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The Resource On Monday, February, 1st 1796. will be published, number I, (Price only Six-Pence,) to be continued once a fortnight without any interruption whatever, till the whole is compleated, of the letters of Lady Rachel Russell; from the manuscript in the library at Wooburn Abbey. : To which is prefixed, an introduction, vindicating the character of Lord Russell against Sir John Dalrymple, &c. To which is added. The trial of Lord William Russell for high treason. Conditions of the publication of this elegant work. I. The whole of this work shall be printed on a superfine wove paper and on a new type, cast by thorne. II. That three sheets of letterpress shall be delivered in each number once a fort-night. III. This work shall be completed in fourteen numbers making one handsome volume in demy octavo. IV. That in the course of this work will be given four beautiful and splendid engravings, to illustrate this elegant work. V. To accomodate the admirers of beautiful printing, a superior edition will be worked off on a superfine wirewove vellum paper, of the finest texture, highly glazed and hot-pressed. VI. This edition will be additionally ornamented with the first impressions of the plates, worked off in the manner of proofs, and will be affixed the additional charge of only sixpence each number, (electronic resource)

On Monday, February, 1st 1796. will be published, number I, (Price only Six-Pence,) to be continued once a fortnight without any interruption whatever, till the whole is compleated, of the letters of Lady Rachel Russell; from the manuscript in the library at Wooburn Abbey. : To which is prefixed, an introduction, vindicating the character of Lord Russell against Sir John Dalrymple, &c. To which is added. The trial of Lord William Russell for high treason. Conditions of the publication of this elegant work. I. The whole of this work shall be printed on a superfine wove paper and on a new type, cast by thorne. II. That three sheets of letterpress shall be delivered in each number once a fort-night. III. This work shall be completed in fourteen numbers making one handsome volume in demy octavo. IV. That in the course of this work will be given four beautiful and splendid engravings, to illustrate this elegant work. V. To accomodate the admirers of beautiful printing, a superior edition will be worked off on a superfine wirewove vellum paper, of the finest texture, highly glazed and hot-pressed. VI. This edition will be additionally ornamented with the first impressions of the plates, worked off in the manner of proofs, and will be affixed the additional charge of only sixpence each number, (electronic resource)

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On Monday, February, 1st 1796. will be published, number I, (Price only Six-Pence,) to be continued once a fortnight without any interruption whatever, till the whole is compleated, of the letters of Lady Rachel Russell; from the manuscript in the library at Wooburn Abbey. : To which is prefixed, an introduction, vindicating the character of Lord Russell against Sir John Dalrymple, &c. To which is added. The trial of Lord William Russell for high treason. Conditions of the publication of this elegant work. I. The whole of this work shall be printed on a superfine wove paper and on a new type, cast by thorne. II. That three sheets of letterpress shall be delivered in each number once a fort-night. III. This work shall be completed in fourteen numbers making one handsome volume in demy octavo. IV. That in the course of this work will be given four beautiful and splendid engravings, to illustrate this elegant work. V. To accomodate the admirers of beautiful printing, a superior edition will be worked off on a superfine wirewove vellum paper, of the finest texture, highly glazed and hot-pressed. VI. This edition will be additionally ornamented with the first impressions of the plates, worked off in the manner of proofs, and will be affixed the additional charge of only sixpence each number
Title
On Monday, February, 1st 1796. will be published, number I, (Price only Six-Pence,) to be continued once a fortnight without any interruption whatever, till the whole is compleated, of the letters of Lady Rachel Russell; from the manuscript in the library at Wooburn Abbey.
Title remainder
To which is prefixed, an introduction, vindicating the character of Lord Russell against Sir John Dalrymple, &c. To which is added. The trial of Lord William Russell for high treason. Conditions of the publication of this elegant work. I. The whole of this work shall be printed on a superfine wove paper and on a new type, cast by thorne. II. That three sheets of letterpress shall be delivered in each number once a fort-night. III. This work shall be completed in fourteen numbers making one handsome volume in demy octavo. IV. That in the course of this work will be given four beautiful and splendid engravings, to illustrate this elegant work. V. To accomodate the admirers of beautiful printing, a superior edition will be worked off on a superfine wirewove vellum paper, of the finest texture, highly glazed and hot-pressed. VI. This edition will be additionally ornamented with the first impressions of the plates, worked off in the manner of proofs, and will be affixed the additional charge of only sixpence each number
Title variation
Letters of Lady Rachel Russell
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
Uk-ES
Citation location within source
T301450
Citation source
English Short Title Catalog
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1636-1723
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Russell, Rachel
Nature of contents
patent document
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  • Dalrymple, John
  • Russell, William
  • Letters
  • Trials (Treason)
  • Rye House Plot, 1683
Label
On Monday, February, 1st 1796. will be published, number I, (Price only Six-Pence,) to be continued once a fortnight without any interruption whatever, till the whole is compleated, of the letters of Lady Rachel Russell; from the manuscript in the library at Wooburn Abbey. : To which is prefixed, an introduction, vindicating the character of Lord Russell against Sir John Dalrymple, &c. To which is added. The trial of Lord William Russell for high treason. Conditions of the publication of this elegant work. I. The whole of this work shall be printed on a superfine wove paper and on a new type, cast by thorne. II. That three sheets of letterpress shall be delivered in each number once a fort-night. III. This work shall be completed in fourteen numbers making one handsome volume in demy octavo. IV. That in the course of this work will be given four beautiful and splendid engravings, to illustrate this elegant work. V. To accomodate the admirers of beautiful printing, a superior edition will be worked off on a superfine wirewove vellum paper, of the finest texture, highly glazed and hot-pressed. VI. This edition will be additionally ornamented with the first impressions of the plates, worked off in the manner of proofs, and will be affixed the additional charge of only sixpence each number, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
  • This edition never published?
  • At foot: Printed by J. Thompson, No. 19, Duke-Street, near the Free-Mason's school, Westminster-Road, and sold by D.I. Eaton, Newgate-Street [and 4 others], and of D. Hood, Cambridge
  • Lord Russell was tried at the Old Bailey on 13 July 1683
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
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ESTCT301450
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1/80.
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unknown
Extent
1 sheet ([1] p.)
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Uk-ES)006426866
  • (Uk-ES)006426866
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On Monday, February, 1st 1796. will be published, number I, (Price only Six-Pence,) to be continued once a fortnight without any interruption whatever, till the whole is compleated, of the letters of Lady Rachel Russell; from the manuscript in the library at Wooburn Abbey. : To which is prefixed, an introduction, vindicating the character of Lord Russell against Sir John Dalrymple, &c. To which is added. The trial of Lord William Russell for high treason. Conditions of the publication of this elegant work. I. The whole of this work shall be printed on a superfine wove paper and on a new type, cast by thorne. II. That three sheets of letterpress shall be delivered in each number once a fort-night. III. This work shall be completed in fourteen numbers making one handsome volume in demy octavo. IV. That in the course of this work will be given four beautiful and splendid engravings, to illustrate this elegant work. V. To accomodate the admirers of beautiful printing, a superior edition will be worked off on a superfine wirewove vellum paper, of the finest texture, highly glazed and hot-pressed. VI. This edition will be additionally ornamented with the first impressions of the plates, worked off in the manner of proofs, and will be affixed the additional charge of only sixpence each number, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • This edition never published?
  • At foot: Printed by J. Thompson, No. 19, Duke-Street, near the Free-Mason's school, Westminster-Road, and sold by D.I. Eaton, Newgate-Street [and 4 others], and of D. Hood, Cambridge
  • Lord Russell was tried at the Old Bailey on 13 July 1683
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
Control code
ESTCT301450
Dimensions
1/80.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 sheet ([1] p.)
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Uk-ES)006426866
  • (Uk-ES)006426866

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