The Popular Education of France with Notices of that of Holland and Switzerland.
London: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1861. 8vo. 294 pp. Corners and spine ends bumped and worn. Library stamp to title page, ffep, frep, copyright page. Hinge split to title page. Light numbering to ffep and spine. Front joint split to midway. Wear to joints. Book is shaken. Pages very clean. 18 chapters. From the introduction: "'Be ye perfect,' said the founder of Christianity; 'I count myself to have apprehended,' said its greatest Apostle. Perfection will never be reached; but to recognize a period of transformation when it comes, and to adapt themselves honestly and rationally to its laws, is the nearest approach to perfection of which men and nations are capable.." Good Cloth (Item ID: 58438)