Boswell’s London Journal, edited by Frederick A Pottle

Boswell’s London Journal 1762–1763
edited by Frederick A Pottle

James Boswell, 9th Laird of Auchinleck (1740-1795) was a Scottish lawyer who travelled to London in 1762 where he met Samuel Johnson. He recorded his experiences in a diary which was found in the 1920s at Malahide Castle when it became the property of Yale University. The diary was published by McGraw Hill in 1950.

Hardback. Blue quarter binding. No dust jacket. Very small marks on the cover. Inside pages in very good condition.

370 pages
2 illustrations; map endpapers
164 mm x 240 mm (6.5 in x 9.5 in)
1950, McGraw-Hill Book Co. Inc, New York


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