An English country squire as sketched at Hardwicke Court, Gloucestershire

by Von Holtzendorff professor

Publisher: J. Bellows in Gloucester

Written in English
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Statementby professor von Holtzendorff ; translated by Rosa Gebhard
ContributionsGebhard, Rosa, tra
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 106 p.
Number of Pages106
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Open LibraryOL25399290M

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as Sketched at Hardwicke Court, Gloucestershire. pp, original wraps, wraps slightly spotty, and top wrap chipped to edges, lacks approx. half of the spine, some occasional foxing. First edition, John Bellows, Gloucester: £ * The Squire concerned was Thomas Barwick Baker. With the signature of Mary Baker.

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