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1929. HACKETT, Francis. HENRY THE EIGHTH. Illustrated. NY: Horace Liveright, 1929. 8vo., royal-blue cloth stamped in gilt & red. First Edition. Signed presentation by Hackett on front endpaper, to New York Times editor Charles Merz. "To Charlie, who saved me from disgrace, or did his best to, from his grateful, Francis H. Clonsharragh, April 24, 1929." Hackett also draws a sketch of Ireland. Good (worn, spine sunned). $75.00.
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