Book Description

First eidtion. Without the six etched plates, not called for, but sometimes found in this work (it may have been issued with and without plates). The chapter on natural history includes annotated lists of birds and plants found in the area.
Dealer Notes
[4], 200 pp., , 8vo, orig. publisher's cloth-backed boards, rubbed, some wear to edges; small hand-written paper title label to spine. Foxing to endpapers. Good. Inscribed, 'Edward Breese, Esq. F.S.A. from the author Robert Williams. In memory of a pleasant meeting at Penarth, February 1878.' Edward Breese (1835-1831) was a solicitor and antiquary. As manager of the Madocks estate he had a role in the planning of the new town of Portmadoc. Also with the armorial bookplate of British ornithologist W.H. Mullens (1866-1946).
Date 1835
Publisher Printed for the Author by Thomas Gee: Denbigh

Price: £45.00

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