Boston: Boberts Brothers, 1874. Edition: First edition. A fine correspondence between the American clergyman W. E. Channing and the English author Lucy Aikin (1781-1864), the latter who was known as a voracious writer of letters and a perfect correspondent.
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Exeter, [N.H.]: Printed and Sold by Stearns & Winslow, 1794. Edition: A later American edition, but the first printed in Exeter, New Hampshire. Bibliographical References: Evans 27182; NCBEL II, 847 (but not noting American editions). An immensley popular courtesty book for women, both in England where it was first published...