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Title: Breaking The Fetters or The Last of the Galley-Slaves.
Description: London: The Religious Tract Society, nd.(c.1888). By the author of "Glacia, the Greek Slave"; "Dearer Than Life"; "Through Stress and Strain" etc.[Emma Leslie]. "The facts upon which my story is based are related by Mr Smiles in his "Huguenots in France after the Revocation of The Edict of Nantes", and he gives as his authority the letters and writings of Athanase Coquerel." (author's introduction). Pp.191/16(ads for other publications), engraved frontispiece + 2 further engraved plates by Whymper and engraved head pieces and historated capitals to chapters, brown floral endpapers, small bookseller's label(W.J.Ravenhill, Kilburn) to inside front board, pencil gift message to inner endpaper, tea splash(?) to pp.12-15, first few pages a little loose. Green illustrated cloth with gilt title to front and spine. Good.

Keywords: Emma Leslie Breaking the Fetters Last Galley Slaves Christian Moral Fiction Jean Fabre 41247 Fiction: : Victorian

Price: GBP 18.00 = appr. US$ 25.70 Seller: Chilton Books
- Book number: 40209

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