Title: The Life of William Ewart Gladstone
Publisher: George N. Morang & Company, Limited, Toronto
Publication Date: 1903
Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good
Edition: First Canadian Edition
Illustrations. Gilt edged page tops. Uncut page sides and bottoms. Spine label. 641 to 666 pages. Vol. I: Newspaper articles affixed to front end paper; glue residue publisher's page front and back; rear end paper partially split at spine. Vol. II: Book plate with photo affixed to front end paper (Vernon McKenzie Memorial Library, University of Washington); front end papers split at spine; glue residue recto of frontispiece; small offsetting mark pages 256-257; rear end paper partially split at spine. Vol. III: Glue residue front end paper. Contents include: Childhood, Eaton, Oxford, Enters Parliament, Progress in Public Life, His First Book, The Tractarian Catastrophe, Death of Sir Robert Peel, The Crimean War, The Great Budget, The Spirit of Gladstonian Finance, American Civil War, Religious Equality, As Head of a Cabinet, Catholic Country and Protestant Parliament, Retirement from Leadership, The Second Ministry, Opening Day of the New Parliament, New Phases of the Irish Revolution, Reform, The Sudan, Defeat of Ministers, The Polls in 1885, The Fourth Administration, Retirement from Public Life; etc. Bookseller Inventory # 4592
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