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London: Longmans, Green and Co, 1894. Morally uplifting Victorian tale from the Scottish Highlands. Blue covers with gilt lettering to spine and blind-stamped author's signature to front. 326pp. Mild rubbing to extremities, particularly head and foot of spine. Front hinge just stating to crack. Otherwise a very attractive copy. Ref:071198. New Edititon. Cloth. VG/N/a. 13cmx19cm.
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- Church Street Books (GB)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- L. B. Walford
- Book condition
- Used - VG
- Jacket condition
- New Edititon
- Longmans, Green and Co
- Place of Publication
- Date published
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About Church Street Books
Second-hand book dealer (formerly in a Diss Shop), with a stock of around 2000 books from modern quality literature to reference, aviation, classics and antiquarian
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