Title: Ye Wisdom of Confucius or Ye Mummyfyed ...
Publisher: Frederick A. Stokes Company
Publication Date: 1900
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: 1st Edition
String binding, with red cloth covered paper wrapper, cloth drapes passed the borders of the wrapper. Minor soiling and fraying of cloth, still a striking binding. Binding loose but intact. 319 pages, printed in orange ink, with dragon decorated border on each pages. Lord Gilhooley was the pseudonym of Frederick Henri Seymour (1850-1913). This volume contains a story (from title page, "Ye strange relation of a vysyt of ye spiryt of Yen Hui, Ye dyscyple of Confucius to Sir Patrick Gylhooley, Bart., at hys chambers at the Inner Temple, London, and ye strange circumstances connected therewyth. In A. D., 1604") followed by several sayings of Confucius. Bookseller Inventory # 016639
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