Titre : Letters From Spain.
Éditeur : London: Henry Colburn
Date d'édition : 1825
Reliure : Hardcover
Second edition. Revised and Corrected by the Author. xii, 432 pp. Letters written by a fictitious clergman "Leucadio Doblado" but with factual subject matter portraying sketches of Spanish manners, customs and opinions and giving an insight into the moral state of the country at a period immediately preceeding and in part coincident with the French Invasion. Other topics include: Cadiz, Seville and its Devotion to the Virgin Mary, Catholicism, Bull Fighting, Monks and Friars, Nuns, Andalusian Customs and Festivals, The Court of Madrid, The French Invasion etc. Written in the form of 13 letters + Appendix - An Account of the Suppression of the Jesuits in Spain. Text very clean throughout. Hinges cracked internally. Previous owner's small nameplate on fep. Tan half leather with marbled hard paper boards. Gilt lettering on maroon spine label. Overall condition VG. N° de réf. du libraire 8278
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