by Frederic E. Weatherly | Illustrated by E. K. Johnson; E. Wilson
London: Hildesheimer and Faulkner, 1892. Hard Cover. Very Good binding. Octavo. Weatherly was both a lawyer and a lyricist, writing the lyrics to "Danny Boy" and the wartime "Roses of Picardy". He wrote over 3000 lyrics; The Times observed in his obituary that "no practising barrister has ever before provided so much innocent pleasure" [The Times, 9 September 1929, p.7]. With full page chromolithographic illustrations, and sepia illustrations in text. A nice copy which has had some minor toning to the boards; there are no marks in the book. Not common, with only a handful of copies found on OCLC. Very Good binding. (Inventory #: 273724)
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