1889. Chapman and Hall, London. First Hardcover. Book-Good-, in original red binding with gilt entwind initials on front and gilt titles on spine. Covers marked, spine faded. Tissue guarded frontis of Sergent Marceau. Rough cut page edges, some uncut pages. Illustrated-unlisted so very hard to tell how many, I found 1 b/w portrait and 1 colour plate but there may be more. 396pp including 4 Appendicies and an index. 40pp of publishers adverts. Private library plate of James Henry Coghill on front endpaper. Sergent-Marceau was French Politician and later became a leading man and member of the convention and administrator of police in the French Revolution who was eventually arrested and sent into exile.
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