Temple Bar. A London magazine for town and country readers. Conducted by George Augustus Sala. Vol. I. December 1860- March 1861 (and) Vol. II April 1861 - July 1861.

Edité par London, Ward and Lock, 1860 and 1861, 1861
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2 volumes (576 and 568 pages), half leather, marbled boards and endpapers, ex-library, some scuffing and shelf wear otherwise in nice condition, text is tight and clean. Volume I includes Notes on Circumstantial Evidence, Francis Bacon, Countess Melusine, Daughters of Eve (Elizabeth Inchbald), The Father of the French Press, For Better For Worse - A Romance, Robert Herrick - Poet and Divine, The Kalewala (John Oxenford), A Visit to the Iron-clad Ship.Management of Servants, Michel de Montaigne, On the causes of Railway Accidents, Over the Lebanon to Baalbek, Paracelsus, Reltives and Connections, The Seven Sons of Mammon (George Augusts Sala), Soldiers and Volunteers, Travels in the County of Middlesex: I. From Temple Bar to Kensington Turnpike, II. From the King's Arms, Kensington, to Kew Bridge, III. From the Coliseum to Hampstead Heath; What our Coals cost us, London poems, and many other articles and poems. Volume II includes: A Nation of Marksmen, A Word to Women, American Hotels and American Food, Iamblichus, and Xenophon the Ephesian; Elizabeth Berkeleigh, Margravine of Anspach Broad-awake, Colonel Bowie and his Knife, Some Curious Cases, First-Fiddles and Top-Sawyers, From Generation to Generation, A haunted life, Holy Mr. Herbert, In Loco Parentis, Belgravia, The Real and the Conventional Nigger, Of the Mountebank Family, The 'Provincial Letters' of Pascal, On Quacks, Eugene Scribe, Spell-bound, Told at Frascati, etc. N° de réf. du libraire 7356

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Titre : Temple Bar. A London magazine for town and ...

Éditeur : London, Ward and Lock, 1860 and 1861

Date d'édition : 1861

Reliure : Hard Cover

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