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The Inns of Court. Painted by Gordon Home. Described by Cecil Headlam.

Headlam, Cecil

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ISBN 10: 0812828992 / ISBN 13: 9780812828993
Published by Adam and Charles Black, London, 1909
Condition: Near Fine Hardcover
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Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good -. viii, 211 pp, I. Origin on the Inns; II. The Knights Templars; III. The Temple Church; IV. The Middle Temple; V. The Inner Temple; VI.Lincoln's Inn and the Devil's Own; VII. Gray's Inn; VIII. Inso of Chancery; IX. The Serjeants and Serjeants' Inns with 20 pristine tissue-protected full-color illustrations and descriptions, and a pristine fold-out map at the back. First Edition, 1909. Scarce title with Dust Jacket. Not Price Clipped. 2"x2"x1" triangle chip and 1"x3/4" rectangle chip to top edge front panel dj, and 1" square chip to top edge rear panel of same. Lightly age-toned bottom and fore- text block edge, else, Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Red cloth with glt decorated panels and emblems and lettering to front board and spine, and gilt top text block edge. Size: Large 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 000156

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Title: The Inns of Court. Painted by Gordon Home. ...

Publisher: Adam and Charles Black, London

Publication Date: 1909

Binding: Hard Cover

Illustrator: Gordon Home

Book Condition:Near Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good -

Edition: First Edition.

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Sarah Bradford s stylish and readable biography traces the flamboyant career of Benjamin Disraeli. She follows Disraeli s progress from Byronic dandy to confidante of Queen Victoria, describing en route how bouts of fierce parliamentary fighting and intrigue alternated with periods of intense creativity which produced Vivian Grey, Coningsby, Sybil and the worlds best- seller Lothair. Using previously unknown letters and papers, she throws new light upon Disraeli s relationships with the women in his life. She also brings to life the parliamentary debates through which Disraeli destroyed Peel as leader of the Conservative Party, split the Conservatives, duelled with Gladstone and achieved power as one of England s greatest prime ministers.

About the Author:

Sarah Bradford was born in 1938 and educated at St Mary's Convent, Shaftesbury, Dorset, and Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, where she went after winning a state scholarship. She travelled extensively in Italy, Spain and France in the course of her researches on Cesare Borgia. Her latest book is a study of Jackie Onassis (2000).

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