Fine. No Jacket. 426pp. 1999. Fourth printing. 4to. A super, clean, tight fresh fine copy. Upper edge green. The text supported by a number of illustrations. A very good or very good plus slipcase-a bump to one corner of the slipcase. A lovely, fresh, clean, tight, fine copy in very good slipcase.
Approx. 7" x 10" NF dark taupe w/ brown hardcover with gilt lettering in VG plain black slipcase. A couple of "dings" to slipcase, most significantly at one bottom edge and corner. Protection by case has enabled boards to remain pristine but for small "ding" to top rear edge. Clean and tight throughout. Shelved in Journalism. Dupont.
Very Fine (As New). No Dust Jacket Issued. Tall 8vo. This is in a very fine slipcase. There is an Introduction by MAx HAstings. Illustrated: maps, Photos etc. This is about a British Correspondent in the 2nd half of the 18th century. War correspondent who covered the Crimean War, the 1857 Indian Mutiny, the US Civil War, the Franco-Prussian War and the Zulu War etc.
pp. xxvii, 426, portrait frontispiece and many illustrations and maps, 7.2?x 10?, hardback (full buckram, the spine and upper cover bearing illustrations in black and gilt), a VG+ copy in a VG+ slip-case (First published thus in 1995)
William Russell : special correspondent of the Times
by William Howard Russell, Roger Hudson
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