Title: Junius Stat Nominis Umbra, 1801
Artist: John Bewick
Publisher: T. Bensley, London
An early 19th century edition of the Letters of Junius, being a collection of private and open letters, which were critical of the government of King George III. This collection was penned under the pseudonym Junius, whose true identity has never been discovered.
Two volumes in octavo, 274+318 pages
Both volumes are illustrated throughout with woodcut portraits by John Bewick.
On note of condition, these volumes are in poor shape, with the board being detached from volume one, and the boards at risk of fully detaching from volume two. There is heavy wear present on the bindings in general, as well as foxing present throughout both volumes.