London: Printed for J. Mawman, Poultry, 1803. Fifteenth Edition. Hardcover. 3vol. Small 8vo. , 2-314, ; , 2-316, ; , 2-320,  pp. Original sheep, spines in six compartments. Each spine with a red and black morocco label, textblocks decoratively spotted. A collection of essays on Knox's views on education and moral conduct. Knox was a teacher and an advocate for public education and instruction for boys through grammar schools rather than private home tutors. Knox was also an advocate for educating British women. He believed a good education was composed of lessons in Latin, Greek, geography, English, French, and writing. Knox was a proponent of peace and sensibility in the late eighteenth century (Oxford DNB, "Knox, Vicesimus"). Good. Item #00008666
A Good and sound set with the joints starting and a few owner's markings; general wear to the extremiites.