Piozziana; or, Recollections of the Late Mrs. Piozzi, with Remarks. By a Friend.
[Mangin, Edward].

London: Edward Moxon, 1833. First edition. Frontispiece facsimile of Mrs. Piozzi’s handwriting. Boards lightly dampstained near bottom edge. A good, sound copy. Original drab boards, rebacked in later cloth, paper spine label. Octavo. [234]. [2, ads] pp. (Item ID: 8014)


Recollections by the miscellaneous writer, Edward Mangin (1772-1852), who knew Piozzi personally. “A man of wide reading and of fascinating conversation, combined with a natural aptitude for drawing, and with a remarkable memory, the possession of ample means enabled him to spend his time in study, and he was universally recognised as the head of the literary students of…[Bath]” (DNB).

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