1 Maps. 7 Illus. 199 Pages. 13 x 23cms. Record of a West country family from time of Seven Years War to reign of Victoria, in particular Admiral George Lydiard Sulivan, his naval service & part he played in suppression of Slave Traded. Family Tree. Index.
Very Good + Dustjacket Very Good + 8 3/4" Tall By 5 1/2" Tall. 197 pages. Dustjacket has slight wear to spine-ends and corners, price-clipped. Hardback binding has light wear to spine-ends only. Page-edges age-yellowed. Light yellowing to margins. Pages very clean. Nice condition.
Near Fine in Fine jacket. Near Fine in Fine jacket 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. pp.197 with index and bibliography. This is the story of a West country family from the time of the Seven Years War to the reign of Victoria with the story of George Lydiard Sulivan and the part he played in the suppression of the Slave Trade. clean tight copy, tanning to text pages, minuscule to non existent edgewear to d/j.
197pp, 7 illustrations, map. VG/VG. The Sulivan family, and particularly George Lydiard Sulivan (author of 'Dhow Chasing in Zanzibar Waters'), and their contribution to the suppression of slavery along the East African Coast.
197pp, 7 illustrations, map. VG+/VG+. The Sulivan family, and particularly George Lydiard Sulivan (author of 'Dhow Chasing in Zanzibar Waters'), and their contribution to the suppression of slavery along the East African Coast.
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