High-Ways and By-Ways; or, Tales of the Roadside, Picked Up in the French Provinces. By a Walking Gentleman. Third Series. THOMAS COLLEY GRATTAN.

High-Ways and By-Ways; or, Tales of the Roadside, Picked Up in the French Provinces. By a Walking Gentleman. Third Series.

Publisher: London: Henry Colburn, 1827.
Edition: First edition.
Bibliographical References: NCBEL III, 728; not in Wolff or Sadleir, both of whom had other titles by Grattan.
Condition: A fine, handsome copy; a nice as one could expect.
Book ID: 20846

Description

3 vols, 8vo, contemporary white half vellum, marbled paper sides, endpapers and edges, black morocco labels, gilt decorated and lettered spines.

Comments

¶ The final installment in Grattan's Irvingesque tales of France, sketches that were in fact inspired by Washington Irving; the first series was dedicated to him. Grattan (1792-1864) was a talented, versatile and prolific miscellaneous author. See the DNB.

Price: $325.00

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