Boards: green cloth, gilt titles, edgewear at; Irish Literature: Section Three; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 371+ pages Good+ top and bottom of spines, spines darkened. Text: clean and tight, edges tanned. Ten volumes. N° de réf. du libraire
Titre : Selected Writings of Samuel Lover in Ten ...
Éditeur : P. F. Collier & Son N.D.
Reliure : Hardcover
Description du livre P. F. Collier & Son. Hard Cover. Etat : Good. No Jacket. First Thus. 291 pgs. Irish Green HC Book has gilt font on spine. Good condition with extensive damp spotting on spine and both covers. PO sticker inside front cover, split to spine on title page, front hinge stretched but holding, rear hinge fine. Clean, square, and odor free with unmarked pages. No DJ. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. N° de réf. du vendeur 000218
Description du livre [New York] P. F. Collier & Son, , 1904. Hardcover. Etat : Good. No Jacket. viii, -529 pp ; 24 cm. ; LC: PZ3.L945; Dewey: 823.91 ; OCLC: 12038333 ; green cloth ; mottled ; Contents : CHAPTER XXII A Trial of Temper, and a Trial by Battle -- CHAPTER XXIII Containing De Lacy's Letter, - contrasting the Conditions of Ireland and England -- CHAPTER XXIV Showing how a Gentleman might not dress himself as he pleased Forty Years ago, in Ireland -- CHAPTER XXV Showing how a Pass may defend a Soldier, as well as a Soldier defend a Pass; and how a Man in Authority may order Sabres for One, without admiring Pistols for Two -- CHAPTER XXVI A Subterranean Meeting - The Sudden Appearance of an Unexpected Agent, threatening the Imprisonment and Death of De Welskein and his Party -- CHAPTER XXVII De Lacy departs for France -Rory gives a Hint for making Good Punch; and Scrubbs proves the Fallacy of the Saying, that a Man finds his Warmest Welcome at an Inn -- CHAPTER XXVIII Giving an Example of Magisterial Severity and Maternal Tenderness -- CHAPTER XXIX Showing how like a Gentleman a Tinker is when he thinks he is dying -- CHAPTER XXX Which will explain itself -- CHAPTER XXXI In which Rory makes his First Trip to Sea a Voyage of Discovery -- CHAPTER XXXII Containing many Sapient Observations on Frenchmen and Frigates, English Subjects, Foreigners, etc -- CHAPTER XXXIII Cupid in Paris -- CHAPTER XXXIV Showing how New Enemies arise out of Old Loves -- CHAPTER XXXV Showing how Useful Old Love-Letters are in Cold Weather -- CHAPTER XXXVI The Disappointed Enthusiast cools down, and Rory falls into a Strange Religious Error -- CHAPTER XXVII A Mysterious Meeting -- CHAPTER XXXVIII Containing Solomon's Examination and its Results -- CHAPTER XXXIX The Attack; showing how different is the Conduct of Soldiers and Yeomanry, in the Battle and after it -- CHAPTER XL In which Rory seeks his Home but finds it not -- CHAPTER XLI Joy visits the House of Mourning, but does not seem to like her Quarters -- CHAPTER XLII Containing an Explanatory Letter -- CHAPTER XLIII Rory indulges in Gloomy Anticipations -- CHAPTER XLIV The Glorious Privilege of Trial by Jury -- CHAPTER XLV Showing how the Verdict for the Hanging of One produces the Banishment of Many -- CHAPTER XLVI In which Rory follows De Lacy's Advice and his own Inclinations -- CHAPTER XLVII De Lacy muses like a Gentleman but feels like a Man; and the Reader is told all the Author can tell him, and is left to guess the Rest ; G. Book. N° de réf. du vendeur 006593