ROUSSEAU, Jean Jacques. The Confessions of Jean Jacques Rousseau now for the first time completely translated into English without expurgation. Illustrated with a series of etchings by Ed. Hedouin, and two portraits
Edinburgh, Privately Printed by Oliver and Boyd, 1904.
8vo. 2 vols: xix  281 p., with 7 engraved plates protected by tissue guards, including frontispiece portrait; xv  414 p., with 8 engraved plates protected by tissue guards, including frontispiece portrait. Titles in red and black. Light thumb marks on title-pages, tissue guard of first volume starting to detach at head. Inscription dated 1943, London on upper free endpaper. Ocre buckram over boards with light soiling. Paper title labels to spines. An excellent copy.