THE YOUNG GENTLEMAN’S AND LADY’S MAGAZINE, or Universal Repository of Knowledge, Instruction and Amusement, Intended to open the tender Mind to an acquaintance with Life, Morals, & Science, the Works of Nature and of Art; and to serve as an useful auxiliary to Public and Private Tuition. Vol. 1.
London: J. Walker…. E. Newbery…, No date . Volume I. Numbers 1-VI. Engraved title followed by six monthly parts, each with its own title-page with the imprint: London. Printed for the Editors, and sold by J. Walker…. E. Newbery…. 468, [4 ad’s] pages. Engraved title and 20 plates and charts. This copy lacks two plates: the duplicate of the ‘Moss Rose’ and the frontispiece, which has been replaced with the coloured engraving of the moss rose. Bound in recent half calf gilt over marbled boards. 175 x 112 mm. This magazine ran for one year and two volumes, comprising a total of twelve monthly parts, ceasing publication abruptly in 1800. Rare. This is the only copy we have ever handled. Roscoe J393.