Library Illustrative of Social Progress: Exhibition of Female Flagellants; Lady Bumtickler's Revels; The Use of Flogging in Veneral Affairs; Madame Birchini's Dance; Sublime of Flagellation; [&] Fashionable Lectures; (7 Volumes ).
[J.C. Hotten, London, 1872]. Zeven deeltjes in facsimile van de 1761-1777 edities in blanco halflinnen bandjes, 67 + 84 + 106 + 83 + 57 + 54 + 120 p., 21 x 13 cm. The Library Illustrative of Social Progress was a series of pornographic books published by John Camden Hotten around 1872 (falsely dated 1777). They were mainly reprints of eighteenth-century pornographic works on flagellation. Hotten claimed to have found them in the library of Henry Thomas Buckle (1821-1862) but Henry Spencer Ashbee counterclaimed that they were in fact from his collection. (Wikipedia).
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Book number: T6833
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Keywords: erotica flagellantisme