Fair. Fair in blue cloth, gilt spine titles, moderate edge wear, modest spotting to rear panel, and spine crown. Sibbald (1783-1866) humorous and adventurous English diarist, emigrated to Upper Canada in 1835, died in Toronto 1866, covers the first 29 years of her life, the interesting and literary people she knew, etc. 40 illustrations, tissue-guarded frontispiece. Pencil signature of John A Hunt.339p (p)
Very good in fair dust jacket. Book has roughness top/bottom of spine, one corner bump and one corner with color rub. DJ is almost split in two. Born Fowey, England 1783. emigrated Canada 1830s? . A great survivor in a 1926 dust jacket. The jacket has book advertisements on both inner flaps and is suffering along the rear spine fold-over and almost split in two, xxiii, 339pp, Front board has SAE BAULD crest and design in black. Title on spine. Free front end page has inscription dated 10-9-32 at Rothbury. Tissue-protected sepia frontis of family portrait (text says is from original namel). plus 39 plates I think are steel engravings. Good+, Susan Sibbald was Associate of Governor Simcoe.
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