Aristotle's secret of secrets contracted : being the sum of his advice to Alexander the Great, about the preservation of health and government. Formerly translated out of the original Greek into Latin, and divers other languages ; and being very scarce, is now faithfully rendred [sic] into English, for the good of mankind / collected by a gentleman a lover of his country.

Uniform title
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
[London? : s.n.], Printed in the year 1719.
Description
viii, 90 p. ; 14 cm. (12mo)

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Subject(s)
Former owner
Notes
"Not in fact by Aristotle." Cf. ESTC, T114627.
Binding note
Ex copy is bound in contemporary calf, with a gilt tooled border and crowns on covers.
Provenance
Ex copy has the bookplate of Robert Louis Stevenson's library at Vailima--on which is the autograph signature of Stevenson's step-daughter, Isobel Strong--as well as the autograph signatures of John Blackader, David Liddell and C.H. [Page?]--dated New York, Jan. 1915--possibly the author Curtis Hidden Page (1870-1946).
Other title(s)
Secret of secrets contracted.
OCLC
19387266
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