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Book Description

Two Volumes bound as one, separate title pages. First Edition 1836 8vo, 16.5 x 11cm. Bound in original full calf, rebacked, spine with raised bands, gilt lettering and decoration. Marbled endpapers. Text in very good clean condition. Ownership of Humphrey Sandford, The Isle, pasted top of title. This obscures an inscription underneath. (See Photo) A scarce publication.
Dealer Notes
Elizabeth Sandford (1797/8 - 1853)
Wrote books on how Women could improve their lives & social conditions.
Her husband was a clergyman & with the attitudes of the early 19th Century, was probably as daring as she could be.
Author Sandford, Elizabeth. Sandford, Mrs John
Date 1836
Binding Full Calf
Publisher Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green & Longman
Illustrator -
Condition Very Good
Pages viii, 205, 234pp

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