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 , Discussion de la Loi Sur L&Apos;Enseignement Moyen Du 1st Juin 1850
Discussion de la Loi Sur L&Apos;Enseignement Moyen Du 1st Juin 1850
Bruxelles , Imprimerie de Deltombe, 1850. Cloth. Bruxelles : Imprimerie de Deltombe, 1850. Cloth. Very Good Indeed. 9" by 5.5". None. A very scarce copy of this two volume work on the proceedings of law on middle education in Belgium, written in the original French. A very scarce work. In two volumes. In the original French. This work discussed the debates and proceedings on the law of middle education in Belgium in June of 1850, during a period of radicalisation in the school policy system in the country. Through this, the state created a system of secondary schools run by municipalities. The religious instruction was on the agenda, and ministers were requested to organise it. With a folding table to Volume I. In the original full cloth binding. Externally, smart. A little bumping to the head and tail of the spine and to the extremities. Light marks to the boards and spines. Institutional labels to the rear boards. Label to the front pastedowns. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and clean with the odd handling mark. Small closed tear to the head of the half-title of Volume I. A little loss to the fore edge of the title page of Volume I. Institutional stamp to the tail of the title pages. Very Good Indeed . Ill.: None. Very Good Indeed .
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Book number: 640P21
GBP 120.00 [Appr.: EURO 139.5 US$ 169.16 | JP¥ 18501]
Keywords: Discussion de la Loi sur l'Enseignement Moyen du 1st Juin 1850 l'Enseignement Moyen loi l'Enseignement law belgian None

 , History of the Proceedings of the House of Commons, in the Inquiry in the Conduct of His Royal Highness the Duke of York. Comprising an Authentic Copy of the Evidence, and an Accurate Report, of All the Debates in Parliament, As They Occurred in Order of Time
History of the Proceedings of the House of Commons, in the Inquiry in the Conduct of His Royal Highness the Duke of York. Comprising an Authentic Copy of the Evidence, and an Accurate Report, of All the Debates in Parliament, As They Occurred in Order of Time
London, John Stockdale, 1809. Leather. London: John Stockdale, 1809. Leather. Good Only. 8" by 5". None. An interesting account of the investigation into the Duke of York and Mary Anne Clarke in 1809. This is an interesting work about an event that gripped the attention of the British public. There was a scandal involving Prince Frederick, Duke of York, who was at that time the Commander-in-Chief of the British Army, and his mistress, Mary Anne Clarke. Clarke was accused of selling army commissions under Frederick's aegus. This follows the investigation into the Duke of York and Mary Anne Clarke, with a thorough of each days proceedings, as well as an index of names brought up at the investigation. The scandal produced a lot of humour and mockery, with Mary Anne Clarke becoming the subject of many caricaturists at the time. Bookplate to the front pastedown, 'Fortitudine, John Elphinstone Erskine&apos. Prior owner's ink inscription to the head of the title page, &apos..Elphinstone, May 1st 1811&apos. Erskine could possibly be a relative the naval officer John Eliphinstone Erskine, though the inscription to the title page is dated 1811, and this Erskine was born in 1805. In the original half calf binding with cloth to the boards. Externally, front board detached but present. Minor marking to the boards and to the spine, mostly to the leather. A little fading to the head of the front board, and to the rear board close to the joint. A little bumping to the head and tail of the spine and to the extremities. Rear hinge starting but firm. Bookplate to the front pastedown, 'Fortitudine, John Elphinstone Erskine&apos. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and generally clean, with light offsetting and the very odd spot. Professional repairs to pages 30-32 and page 64, not affecting text. Some chips to the fore edges of various pages, none of which affect the text, beside a large chip to page 303/304, which does affect the text. Prior owner's ink inscription to the head of the title page, &apos..Elphinstone, May 1st 1811&apos. Good Only . Ill.: None. Good Only .
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Book number: 616P8
GBP 190.00 [Appr.: EURO 220.75 US$ 267.84 | JP¥ 29294]
Keywords: house of commons duke of york mary anne clarke duke of york None

 , The Mansion House Council on the Dwellings of the Poor
The Mansion House Council on the Dwellings of the Poor
London, Not Stated, 1893-1906. First edition. Leather. London: Not Stated, 1893-1906. First edition. Leather. Very Good Indeed. 8.5" by 5.5". Not Stated. Twelve very scarce reports on the dwellings of the poor during the Victorian era, a fascinating work illustrated throughout, including with a colour folding frontispiece. Twelve volumes bound in one, containing reports for the years 1783-1900, 1902-1906.Very scarce works. Important primary source. An important collection of reports on the social housing in Britain during the late Victorian era and beginning of the twentieth century.The reports question the sanitary and social conditions of the dwellings of the poor, reporting at a time when it's renowned that housing for the poor was substandard, as immortalised in Dickens' novels.1893 report illustrated with a colour folding plate.1894 report illustrated with a monochrome frontispiece.1895 report illustrated with a monochrome frontispiece, and three monochrome plates.1896 report illustrated with a monochrome frontispiece, and two monochrome plates.The 1902 report contains the eighteen months up to June 1902, thus 1901 is included in the report.Folding table bound to the end of the 1903 report. In a half calf binding with marbled paper to the boards. Externally, smart, with just a few faint marks to the boards and spine. Spine is a little faded. Small tidemark to the fore edge, not affecting pages. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and clean, though the last few reports are lightly age-toned. Folding table to the end of the 1903 report is torn. Very Good Indeed . Ill.: Not Stated. Very Good Indeed .
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Book number: 750P19
GBP 1950.00 [Appr.: EURO 2263.5 US$ 2748.92 | JP¥ 300649]
Keywords: The Mansion House Council on the Dwellings of the Poor mansion house dwellings of the poor reports mansion house social science london Not Stated

 , Minutes of the Committee of Council on Education; with Appendices, and Plans of School-Houses
Minutes of the Committee of Council on Education; with Appendices, and Plans of School-Houses
London, William Clowes and Sons, 1840. First edition. Cloth. London: William Clowes and Sons, 1840. First edition. Cloth. Fair. 8.5" by 5". Not Stated. The first edition of this early Victorian discussion on education and the development of schoolhouses, illustrated with folding plates. The first edition of this work.An account of the minutes of the Committee of Council on Education for the year 1839-40, documenting the movements the committee planned for schools and schoolhouses.Illustrated with sixteen folding plates, and in-text illustrations.Collated, complete. Collated, from Jisc from a copy held at the University of Warwick Library. In the original publisher's cloth binding. Externaly, the backstrip is detached but present. Some discolouration and marks to the boards. Bumping to the extremities, resulting in a little lifting of cloth to the fore edge. Hinges are weak, rear board may detach with further handling. Prior owner's ink inscription to the recto to the front endpaper. Internally, generally firmly bound. pages are lightly age-toned and generally clean with some odd spots. A little edgewear to the folding plates. Plates are a little age-toned with a few odd spots. Small closed tear to the edge of folding plate 15 and 16. Fair . Ill.: Not Stated. Fair .
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Book number: 744P32
GBP 95.00 [Appr.: EURO 110.5 US$ 133.92 | JP¥ 14647]
Keywords: Minutes of the Committee of Council on Education education committee of council of education history education plans Not Stated

 , An Order Made by the House of Commons for the Establishing of Preaching Lecturers, Through the Kingdome of England and Wales
An Order Made by the House of Commons for the Establishing of Preaching Lecturers, Through the Kingdome of England and Wales
London, B. Alsop, 1641. Cloth. London: B. Alsop, 1641. Cloth. Very Good. 7" by 5.5". None. A very scarce work on the mid seventeenth century establishment of the lawful right of preaching in parishes in England and Wales, rebound. A very scarce work. Charles is here sanctioning preaching - just prior to the Civil war. An important source for the political situation at the time. ESTC citation number R16975. Collated, complete. Register runs as A4. With forty-five blank leaves bound to the rear. Rebound in a quarter cloth binding with marbled paper to the boards. A very scarce legal work discussing the church, state, and preaching in Great Britain in the mid seventeenth century. Preaching in parishes in England and Wales, a law for to to be lawful for parishioners to set up lectures and preaches. This work was written during a turbulent time in the history of religion in England, being written during an era where religious policy varied under each monarch. When this work was published, Charles I was King, and he was considered to be too sympathetic to other religions in England. Rebound in a quarter cloth binding with marbled paper to the boards. Externally, generally smart. Fading to the spine and to the head of the front board. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are age-toned and generally clean with the odd light spot and mark. Very Good . Ill.: None. Very Good .
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Book number: 685P1
GBP 2950.00 [Appr.: EURO 3424.25 US$ 4158.62 | JP¥ 454828]
Keywords: law house of commons england parliament house of commons lecturers wales None

 , The Report of the Trials of the Rioters, at the Assizes Held at Warwick, August 20, 1791, Before the Right Hon. Mr. Baron Perryn. Taken in Short-Hand by Marsom & Ramsey
The Report of the Trials of the Rioters, at the Assizes Held at Warwick, August 20, 1791, Before the Right Hon. Mr. Baron Perryn. Taken in Short-Hand by Marsom & Ramsey
Birmingham, John Thompson, 1791. First edition. Cloth. Birmingham: John Thompson, 1791. First edition. Cloth. Very Good. 9" by 5.5". None. A very scarce first edition of this account of the 1791 Birmingham Riots, presided over by Richard Perryn. A very scarce work. The first edition of this work. An account of the 1791 Priestley Riots, or the Birmingham Riots of 1791. The rioters were rioting against religious dissenters, most notably the controversial Joseph Priestley. The riots started with an attack on the Royal Hotel in Birmingham on the 14th July and ending on the 17th July 1791. Richard Perryn presided over the trials a the Warwick Assizes on the 23rd and 24th of August 1791. He was a Welsh judge who went on to become the baron of the exchequer. Bookplate to the front pastedown, stamp to the boards, stamp to the title page and stamp to the top, fore, and bottom edges, all from the Law Library of Los Angeles County. In a quarter cloth binding with marbled paper to the boards. Externally, generally smart. Institutional stamps to the boards, top, bottom, and fore edge. A little loss to the spine label. Minor bumping to the head and tail of the spine. Institutional label to the front pastedown. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are lightly age-toned with the odd spot and mark. Puncture marks to the textblock close to the gutter. Stamp to the title page. Very Good . Ill.: None. Very Good .
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Book number: 640P36
GBP 275.00 [Appr.: EURO 319.25 US$ 387.67 | JP¥ 42399]
Keywords: rioters warwick baron perryn marsom and ramsey warwick priestley riots birmingham None

 , Report from His Majesty&Apos;S Commissioners for Inquiring Into the Administration and Practical Operation of the Poor Laws
Report from His Majesty&Apos;S Commissioners for Inquiring Into the Administration and Practical Operation of the Poor Laws
London, B. Fellowes, 1834. First edition. Cloth. London: B. Fellowes, 1834. First edition. Cloth. Very Good. 8.5" by 5.5". None. The first edition of this work discussing the creation of the 1834 Poor Law Amendment Act, a law aiming to help provide relief for the poor of England. The first edition of this work. This work discusses the Poor Law Commission, and it's creation in the Poor Law Amendment Act of 1834, which led to the establishment of workhouses. This was known as the New Poor Law, replacing the Old Poor law of 1601. The Poor Laws was a tax on property imposed in each parish, used to try and relieve poverty. This work analyses how the Poor Laws protected that poor, and how the law actually worked in providing relief to the poor. With the bookplate of Riccardo Bachi to the front pastedown. Bachi was an Italian economist and statistician, and was the author of many economic works. The last one-hundred and twenty-eight pages are supplements and an index. Rebacked with the original cloth boards lain on. Externally, smart. Light marks to the boards and spine, heavier to the boards. Minor bumping to the extremities. Bookplate to the front pastedown.Internally, firmly bound. Pages are lightly age-toned and generally clean with the odd spot, heavier to the first and last few pages. Very Good . Ill.: None. Very Good .
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Book number: 653P36
GBP 160.00 [Appr.: EURO 185.75 US$ 225.55 | JP¥ 24669]
Keywords: poor laws poor law poor law commision poor poor law amendment act riccardo bachi None

 , Report from the Select Committee Appointed to Report the Nature and Substance of the Laws and Ordinances Existing in Foreign States, Respecting the Regulation of Their Roman Catholic Subjects, in Ecclesiastical Matters, and Their Intercourse with the See of Rome, or Any Other Foreign Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction; with an Appendix. Also, Supplementary Papers Relating to the Above
Report from the Select Committee Appointed to Report the Nature and Substance of the Laws and Ordinances Existing in Foreign States, Respecting the Regulation of Their Roman Catholic Subjects, in Ecclesiastical Matters, and Their Intercourse with the See of Rome, or Any Other Foreign Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction; with an Appendix. Also, Supplementary Papers Relating to the Above
London, George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, 1851-4. Leather. London: George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, 1851-4. Leather. Very Good. 13" by 9". None. A nicely bound collection of two late Georgian reports on politics and the church. In three volumes.A collection of three political reports from the late Georgian era, reprinted during Queen Victoria's reign.These reports offer insight into the relationship between politics and the church in the first half of the nineteenth century.Illustrated with one colour folding map to the appendix volume.The 1851 volume looks at Roman Catholics, which summarises the laws and regulations that try to balance the power between the state and the church in Europe and the British colonies.The 1854 volumes focuses on cathedral commissioners, with the appendix present in a separate volume. This volume looks into the revenues and expenditure of cathedrals and collegiate churches, and various other political questions regarding churches and cathedrals in England and Wales.Bookplate to the front pastedowns, 'Peter Edward Ramsbotham' bookplate to the front pastedown of the appendix. Ramsbotham was a British diplomat and colonial administrator who served under Queen Elizabeth II. In a quarter morocco binding with cloth to the boards. Externally, generally smart. Light rubbing and marks to the boards and spines. Minor bumping to the extremities. Bookplate to the front pastedowns. Stamp to the verso to the front endpapers. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and generally clean with some odd spots, mostly to the first and last few pages. Very Good . Ill.: None. Very Good .
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Book number: 727P2
GBP 220.00 [Appr.: EURO 255.5 US$ 310.13 | JP¥ 33919]
Keywords: Report From the Select Committee Appointed to Report the Nature and Substance roman catholic cathedral cathedral commissioners roman catholic queen victoria catholic None

 , Return to Two Members of the Honourable the House of Commons
Return to Two Members of the Honourable the House of Commons
London, House of Commons, 1878. Leather. London: House of Commons, 1878. Leather. Very Good Indeed. 13" by 8.5". None. A smartly bound copy of these works documenting the people sitting in the House of Commons in history, in a signed binding by Bemrose Derby. In two volumes. In a signed binding by Bemrose Derby. A return to two orders of the House of Commons, dated 4th May 1876, and the 9th March 1877. Documenting the people sitting in the House of Commons, noting their constituency. Order of 4th May 1876, 'of the names of every member returned to serve in each parliament from the year 1696 up to the present time, specifying the names of the county, city, university, borough, or place for which returned&apos. Order of 9th March 1877, 'that there be added to the return relative to members of parliament, ordered by this house on the 4th day of May 1876, a return, from so remote a period as it can be obtained up to the year 1696, of the surnames, Christian names, and titles of all members of the lower House of Parliament of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with the name of the constituency represented, and date of return of each&apos. Part I contains England from 1213 to 1702. Part II contains Great Britain, 1705 to 1796, United Kingdom, 1801 - 1874, Scotland, 1357 - 1707, and Ireland, 1559 to 1800. Prior owner's ink inscription to the front pastedowns. In a half calf signed binding by Bemrose Derby, with cloth to the boards. Externally, smart. A little rubbing to the spines. Prior owner's ink inscription to the front pastedowns. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright with the odd scattered spot. Very Good Indeed . Ill.: None. Very Good Indeed .
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Book number: 650P13
GBP 225.00 [Appr.: EURO 261.25 US$ 317.18 | JP¥ 34690]
Keywords: members of parliament house of commons united kingdom great britain house of commons scotland parliament None

 VITTORIO ADAMI; T. T. BEHRENS, National Frontiers in Relation to International Law
VITTORIO ADAMI; T. T. BEHRENS
National Frontiers in Relation to International Law
London, Oxford University Press, 1927. First edition. Cloth. London: Oxford University Press, 1927. First edition. Cloth. Very Good Indeed. 9" by 6.5". None. A very scarce copy of the first English edition of Adami's interesting study on international relations in the fraught lead up to the Second World War. The first English edition of this work.A very scarce work.A detailed discussion on the matter of international war in the inter-war period, detailing where boundaries lay and what the law is regarding those boundaries. Illustrated with two plates.Written by Colonnello Vittorio Adami.Translated into English by Tankred Tunstall Behrens. In the original publisher's cloth binding. Externally, smart. A little discolouration to the spine. A couple of light spots to the boards and spine. Minor loss and rubbing to the spine label. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are lightly age-toned and clean. Very Good Indeed . Ill.: None. Very Good Indeed .
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Book number: 725P33
GBP 125.00 [Appr.: EURO 145.25 US$ 176.21 | JP¥ 19272]
Keywords: National Frontiers in Relation to International Law vittorio adami tankred tunstall behrens international law vittorio adami international relations boundaries None

 W. H. DAVENPORT ADAMS, Plain Living and High Thinking; or, Practical Self-Culture: Moral, Mental, and Physical
W. H. DAVENPORT ADAMS
Plain Living and High Thinking; or, Practical Self-Culture: Moral, Mental, and Physical
London, John Hogg, 1887. Leather. London: John Hogg, 1887. Leather. Very Good. 7" by 4.5". None. A smartly bound copy of this education self-help book written by the prolific author William Davenport Adams. The fourth edition of this work. This work is an instructional and educational guide to practical self-culture, a self help guide to the moral mental and physical. Some of the issues focussed on include the moral at home relations between a father and son, the independence of character, conduct of youth, reading tastes, the preservation of physical health, and much more. Written by William Henry Davenport Adams. Adams was a nineteenth century journalist, known for his numerous publications of which there were about one-hundred and forty in total. These include 'Famous Regiments', 'Wonders of the Vegetable World', and 'Famous Ships of the British Navy&apos. In a smart half calf binding. Incomplete, as lacking the frontispiece and seven plates. In a half calf binding with marbled paper to the boards. Externally, smart. Light fading to the spine. Minor rubbing to the head and tail of the spine and to the extremities. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and generally clean with the odd scattered spot, mostly to the first and last few pages. Prior owner's ink inscription to the verso of the half-title 'September 1889&apos. Very Good . Ill.: None. Very Good .
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Book number: 629P28
GBP 90.00 [Appr.: EURO 104.5 US$ 126.87 | JP¥ 13876]
Catalogue: Social Sciences
Keywords: HIGH THINKING practical moral education practical self culture davenport adams None

 L'AUTEUR D'ADELE ET THEODORE, Les Veillees Du Chateau
L'AUTEUR D'ADELE ET THEODORE
Les Veillees Du Chateau
Paris, Chez Maradan, 1812. Leather. Paris: Chez Maradan, 1812. Leather. Good. 7" by 4". None. A very scarce three volume set of this educational and instructional work by Stephanie Felicite, in attractive tree-calf binding. The works are written in French By l'Auteur d'Adele et Theodore (Stephanie Felicite, comtesse de Genlis). Felicite, a noted writer and educator of Eighteenth Century France, was best known for her works Adele et Theodore (1782), Theatre d'education (1779-1782), as well as several historical novels and romances, particularly Mademoiselle de Clermont (1802). Well known in France during the late Eighteenth Century, and largely supportive of the French Revolution, she would fall out of favour with the Girondin political faction prominent at the time, leading to her exile to Switzerland and, subsequently, Berlin with her pupil Mademoiselle d'Orleans. Her husband, left behind, would shortly after face the guillotine. Her legacy remains a nonetheless enduring one, noted by the likes of Jane Austen, and appearing as a character in such works as Les Miserables and War and Peace. In decorative tree-calf binding with gilt detailing. Externally quite smart, there is some wear to extremities, joints, boards and backstrip, as well as some staining to the front board of volume three. The hinges of two volumes are tender. Internally, the pages are generally firmly bound, though there is some strain in places, and are largely bright and clean, although there are instances of spotting, age-toning and foxing throughout, particularly to endpages. The pastedown sheets of volumes two and three have significant loss. Good . Ill.: None. Good .
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Book number: FGN10-D-9
GBP 95.00 [Appr.: EURO 110.5 US$ 133.92 | JP¥ 14647]
Catalogue: Social Sciences
Keywords: Stephanie Felicite Education French Education None

 JOHN ALMON, Anecdotes of the Life of the Right Honourable William Pitt
JOHN ALMON
Anecdotes of the Life of the Right Honourable William Pitt
London, J S Jordan, 1792. Leather. London: J S Jordan, 1792. Leather. Very Good. 8" by 5.5". None. The complete four volumes of William Pitt the Elder's life and political speeches. An early publication on Pitt's life. This work was published anonymously, but the author is known as John Almon. Almon was a journalist and political writer. He was responsible for securing the right to publish reports on debates in Parliament. His work 'A Review of Mr Pitt's Administration' was popular with the opposition. William Pitt the Elder was a British Statesman of the Whig group. He was Prime Minister in the middle of the eighteenth century. This work gives an account of Pitt's life and career.ESTC reference no: N30262. In this year several editions of this work were published, including a two volume set. A smart four volume set of this work. In half calf bindings, with paper covered boards. Externally, generally smart with light rubbing to the spines and paper covered boards. Small loss to the edges of spine labels. Bookseller's label to the front pastedown of all volumes. Internally, all volumes are firmly bound. Pages are bright. Scattered spots to pages, heavier to the first and last few pages. Very Good . Ill.: None. Very Good .
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Book number: 725L15
GBP 200.00 [Appr.: EURO 232.25 US$ 281.94 | JP¥ 30836]
Keywords: Pitt Political Speeches Parliament Political None

 WILLIAM ANDREWS, England in the Days of Old
WILLIAM ANDREWS
England in the Days of Old
London , William Andrews and Co. 1897. First edition. Cloth. London : William Andrews and Co. 1897. First edition. Cloth. Good. 8.5" by 6". None. An interesting look at aspects of social and domestic history, from when wigs were worn to morris dancing. A first edition. Illustrated with vignettes throughout. In a red cloth binding with gilt lettering to the spine and front board. Externally, good. Rubbing and fading to the spine, with mild shelfwear. Staining to the front board and fading to the top of the reverse board. Hinges are slightly strained but hold firm. Browning to both pastedowns and free endpapers. Spotting to the fore-edge. Internally, smart. Mild spotting to several pages but otherwise bright and clean. Good . Ill.: None. Good .
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Book number: GEN31-G-17
GBP 25.00 [Appr.: EURO 29.25 US$ 35.24 | JP¥ 3854]
Catalogue: Social Sciences
Keywords: William Andrews Social History Social Science Social History None

 ANONYMOUS, Education Commission. Appendix. Minutes of Evidence Taken Before the Commissioners
ANONYMOUS
Education Commission. Appendix. Minutes of Evidence Taken Before the Commissioners
London, George E. Eyre and William Spottiswoode, 1861. Leather. London: George E. Eyre and William Spottiswoode, 1861. Leather. Good Only. 9.5" by 6". None. An interesting look at education commision in England in the mid nineteenth century. A volume containing the minutes of evidence taken before the commissioners of education in England between the years 1859 and 1860. The commission investigated the state of popular education in England. In a half calf binding with marbled paper covered boards. Externally, worn with slight splitting to rear joint and an institutional label to rear board. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and generally clean with tidemarks to many pages and an ink stamp to title page. Good Only . Ill.: None. Good Only .
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Book number: LTH23-B-17
GBP 49.99 [Appr.: EURO 58.25 US$ 70.47 | JP¥ 7707]
Catalogue: Social Sciences
Keywords: education educational commission commission of education commission educational commission None

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