Title: Felix Reville Brunot 1820-1898/ A Civilian ...
Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co., London and Bombay
Publication Date: 1901
Book Condition: Good Plus
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Signed: Inscribed By Author
Edition: First Edition
Navy blue cloth boards have a gilt emblem on the front cover and gilt lettering on the spine. Top edge gilt. Extremities are rubbed, covers have some small, light spots and a few scratches/scuffs. Spine is darkened, head and foot are bumped and rubbed. Small puncture in the middle of the spine cloth. Endpp. are cracked along the somewhat loose hinges, exposing the mull. Front pastedown has two bookplates, one on top of another. Inscription on the front free endp. as follows, "For/ Zechariah Chaffe, Jr. Esq/ with pleasant memory/ of letters from Pittsburgh/ read at the Colonial/ Society/ Charles Lewis Slattery/ 24 Nov 1928." Chaffe was well known for being an advocate of free speech. pp. 7-10 have vertical creases. A few pp. throughout the text have small closed tears in the leading edges. Text is very clean, embellished with full page b/w photographic plates and a map. Nice copy, digital image available. Bookseller Inventory # 001765
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