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Bardell v. Pickwick. The Trial for Breach of Promise of Marriage Held at the Guildhall Sittings, on April 1, 1828, before Mr. Justice Stareleigh and a Special Jury of the City of London.edited with Notes and Commentaries by Percy Fitzgerald, M. A., F. S. A. Barrister-at-Laws; and Sometime Crown Prosecutor on the North-East Circuit (Ireland). With Illustrations.

Fitzgerald, Percy.-

Published by London. Elliot Stock. 1902., 1902
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First Edition. Pages 116 pp.8vo. Green publisher's cloth on beveled boards. Gilt lettering on front cover and spine. First Edition. Podeschi, C16. NCBEL III, 790 Dickens' late-life friend, a specialist in "The Pickwick Papers," Percy Fitzgerald examines the details of the famous breach of promise suit in "Pickwick" and provides explication of its intricacies, legal, social and literary. He provides great insight into some of the greatest scenes in Dickens' brilliant first novel. Ex Libris. Few library markings. Pocket on rear pastedown. Shaken. Spine varnished lightly toprotect library markings at tail. Catalogue entry and owner's bookplate on front pastedown. Else, Very Good. Bookseller Inventory # 8704

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Title: Bardell v. Pickwick. The Trial for Breach of...

Publisher: London. Elliot Stock. 1902.

Publication Date: 1902

Binding: Hardcover

Edition: 1st Edition

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