Very Good. Octavo, pp. xx + 320. Brown cloth binding. Gift inscription on ffep. Pages remain clean, unmarked, and tightly bound. In clean dust jacket. Facsimile reprint of classic account of country life in Victorian England.
Publisher: City Lights Books
Date published: 1978
Description: Very Good. 12mo. Unpaginated. Green cloth. Inscribed by author to previous owner on front free endpaper. Presumed First Edition (no printing stated). Pages remain clean, unmarked, and tightly bound. Unclipped dust jacket shows modest edwear and is protected in an archival mylar cover. Read More
Edition: Facsimile of 1835 ed. Facsimile.
Publisher: Irish University Press
Date published: 1970
Description: Very Good. Octavo. pp. xxi, 310, viii. Irish University Press hardcover. "Duplicate" stamp on ffep. Pages clean, unmarked, and tightly bound. Dust jacket shows light fading and is now protected in mylar cover. Yate's account was written on his homeward voyage after six and half years with the Church Missionary Society's mission in New Zealand. Read More
Description: Very Good. First Edition. Octavo. xxviii, 407 pp. In original brown cloth binding. Corners gently bumped. Gift inscription on ffep. Pages remain clean, unmarked, and tightly bound. Author, a Texas lawyer and politician, served as editor of the Austin Southern Intelligencer and was a strong supporter of the Union during the Civil War. Read More
Publisher: Wickersham Press
Date published: 1921
Description: Fair. Retired library copy with usual stamps and markings. Front board and approximately half the page show large dampstain to top corner. Plates are stamped with library seal. No. 301 of a limited edition of 500 copies. Signed by both authors. Read More