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Book Condition: Good
Contemporary brown calf, with gilt embossed bands to spine. Some rubbing to leather at edges and cracking to leather along front board at outer hinge - board is still firmly attached. Some darkening to edges and endpapers but text block is generally clean. Junius was a pseudonym for the unknown author who wrote 69 letters to the Public Advertiser between 1769 and 1772 attacking George III and his ministers for corruption and became a political sensation of the time.