- Libreria: B & L Rootenberg (Stati Uniti)
- Membro ILAB-LILA
- Anno pubblicazione: 1730
- Editore: Wetsteins & Smith
- Soggetti: Letteratura, Viaggi
- Peso di spedizione: 1.000 g
- Luogo di pubblicazione: Amsterdam
First Edition of French Translation Complete with 7 engraved plates (including frontispieces in both volumes), titles in red and black, woodcut ornaments and initials. Contemporary calf, gilt spine with raised bands and spine label; marbled endpapers. The text is clean and only slightly toned. A good copy with bookplate and circulation documents from Troy (NY) Public Library purchased from the bequest of William R. Yourt. First French edition. This inventive work of fiction has been attributed to several different authors, including Benjamin Victor and Daniel Defoe. It contains a series of stories in which each new one is prompted by a character and/or situation from the previous one. First printed in London in 1726, early editions included a description of Philadelphia, believed to be authentic according to Cox and Sabin. Later editions did away with this passage.