THE WORKS OF FRANCIS BACON, LORD CHANCELLOR OF ENGLAND. A NEW EDITION: WITH A LIFE OF THE AUTHOR, BY BASIL MONTAGU, ESQ. IN THREE VOLUMES. VOL. II. (Spine title: "Bacon's Works Vol II.") [Volume 2-Two only.]

Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. Basil Montagu, 1770-1851.

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VOLUME II ONLY of a three volume set. viii, 589 pages. Hardcover: H 26cm x L 17.75cm. Original half-leather binding; brown leather spine with overlap to marbled paper boards which have brown leather corners. Spine has five fractionally raised bands delineating six compartments, two of which have black gilt lettered title labels with remaining four having decorative gilt stamping which unfortunately have losses from patches of surface abrasion; some chipping at spine ends; slender scuffing along both joints with slight splitting at upper front joint - both joint/hinges remain solid and binding is firm. Some rubbing to boards with bottom corners worn. All edges marbled; marbled endpapers. Past owner's purple ink name stamp "J.O. Banks" on front pastedown and again at top of title page; three-line ink ownership inscription on front flyleaf "J.O. Banks | Alabama | June 1850." Mild to moderate foxing throughout. Double-column text. A good+ antiquarian copy. Born in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, James Oliver Banks (1829-1904) graduated with a bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Alabama in 1847 and 1850 respectively later followed by a medical degree from Jefferson College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Banks entered Civil War military service as a captain in September 1861 in Columbus, Mississippi with Company A, 5th Battalion, Mississippi Confederate Infantry rising to the rank of lieutenant colonel in October 1862 with the 43rd Mississippi Infantry participating in action at the Battle of Corinth and Vicksburg with final service in Alabama and Georgia. Banks was first married to Martha Jane Coleman (1833-1868) of Greene County, Alabama with whom he had five children (of which two passed in infancy) and, following her death, married Lucy Watkins Young (1841-1933) on May 11, 1870 with whom he had five children (all surviving to adulthood). Lucy Young was one of ten children of George Hampton Young who owned the architecturally renowned Waverly Plantation on the west bank of the Tombigbee River between Columbus and West Point, Mississippi. Please note that this large book has an approximate shipping weight of 3.5 pounds (1.58 kg) and will require additional postage for any postal class other than domestic Media Mail. Bookseller Inventory #

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Publisher: Philadelphia [PA]: Carey and Hart - stereotyped by L. Johnson, 1846.

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Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. Basil Montagu, 1770-1851.
Published by Philadelphia [PA]: Carey and Hart - stereotyped by L. Johnson, 1846. (1846)
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Book Description Philadelphia [PA]: Carey and Hart - stereotyped by L. Johnson, 1846., 1846. VOLUME II ONLY of a three volume set. viii, 589 pages. Hardcover: H 26cm x L 17.75cm. Original half-leather binding; brown leather spine with overlap to marbled paper boards which have brown leather corners. Spine has five fractionally raised bands delineating six compartments, two of which have black gilt lettered title labels with remaining four having decorative gilt stamping which unfortunately have losses from patches of surface abrasion; some chipping at spine ends; slender scuffing along both joints with slight splitting at upper front joint - both joint/hinges remain solid and binding is firm. Some rubbing to boards with bottom corners worn. All edges marbled; marbled endpapers. Past owner's purple ink name stamp "J.O. Banks" on front pastedown and again at top of title page; three-line ink ownership inscription on front flyleaf "J.O. Banks | Alabama | June 1850." Mild to moderate foxing throughout. Double-column text. A good+ antiquarian copy. Born in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, James Oliver Banks (1829-1904) graduated with a bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Alabama in 1847 and 1850 respectively later followed by a medical degree from Jefferson College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Banks entered Civil War military service as a captain in September 1861 in Columbus, Mississippi with Company A, 5th Battalion, Mississippi Confederate Infantry rising to the rank of lieutenant colonel in October 1862 with the 43rd Mississippi Infantry participating in action at the Battle of Corinth and Vicksburg with final service in Alabama and Georgia. Banks was first married to Martha Jane Coleman (1833-1868) of Greene County, Alabama with whom he had five children (of which two passed in infancy) and, following her death, married Lucy Watkins Young (1841-1933) on May 11, 1870 with whom he had five children (all surviving to adulthood). Lucy Young was one of ten children of George Hampton Young who owned the architecturally renowned Waverly Plantation on the west bank of the Tombigbee River between Columbus and West Point, Mississippi. Please note that this large book has an approximate shipping weight of 3.5 pounds (1.58 kg) and will require additional postage for any postal class other than domestic Media Mail. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-08068

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