Blue Cloth, VG. liv+378pp, 8 b/w plates, Single library stamp to the half title, otherwise a fine copy, text unmarked. First Volume of the Berry-Seton correspondence. Walpoles Last ten years were, it is said dominated by the society of the Berrys with whom he was hopelessly in love. They brought what he most liked in life-wit, good breeding, common sense, wide reading, good looks, eager attention to everything he said & a touch of sentimentallity.
Very good(+) Edited by W.S. Lewis and A. Dayle Wallace. 17 black & white illustrations. 2 volumes, tall 8vo, dark blue cloth. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1944. Very good (+).
Horace Walpole's correspondence with Mary and Agnes Berry and Barbara Cecilia Seton ...
by Horace Walpole, Mary Berry, Agnes Berry, Barbara Cecilia Seton, W. S. Lewis, Alva Dayle Wallace, Charles H. Bennett, Edwine M. Martz
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