HONESTY AND THE DEFENSE.
An Account by James Boswell, Esq., of a Conversation between himself and Samuel Johnson Regarding the Practice of Law, Oxford, 26 March 1768.
Limited to 250 copies. Facsimile of James Boswell's account of a conversation between himself and Samuel Johnson, March 26, 1768. Printed by hand on paper made at the press.
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