London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1867. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First Edition. Two volumes. With sixteen illustrations by M. Ellen Edwards. London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1867. First edition. A minutely observed tragedy of manners, seen through the eyes of the beautiful, selfish Lady Julia Ongar, and the vacillating, arrogant Harry Clavering. From the library of philanthropist and patron of music Mary Louise Curtis Bok (1876-1970), with her bookplate to the front pastedowns. Octavo. In three-quarter blue morocco over blue cloth bindings, with elegant gilt stamping, five raised bands, and marbled endpapers. Some general minor fading along the spine and extremities; otherwise very good.. (Inventory #: 063954)
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