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GOOD with a very. Book An attractivefirst edition set of Susan Edmonstone Ferrier's third and final novel. Ferrier (7 September 1782 5 November 1854) was a Scottish novelist. Her novels combine humour with vivid accounts of Scottish social life and sharp views on marriage and female education. Ferrier dedicated this final work to Sir WalterScott, a personal friend to whom many believe her studies of Scottish life are indebted to. With the bookplate of one John Bannerman to the front pastedown of each volume. Complete in three volumes. Condition: In interesting half calf bindings with marbled boards. Externally, a little rubbed with some wear and lifting to backstrips. Joints are starting although hinges remain firm. Internally, firmly bound. A few occasional spots and marks, most prominently to volume III, but generally a very bright, clean set. Overall: GOOD with a VERY GOOD interior.
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