Book ID: 28941 Debenham's Vow. AMELIA BLANFORD EDWARDS.
Debenham's Vow.

"A very good novel" - Wolff

Debenham's Vow.

Place and Imprint: London: Hurst and Blackett, 1870.
Edition: First edition.
Bibliographical References: Wolff 2009; OCLC records ten copies, to which Jisc adds one.
Condition: Marbled-paper boards a bit rubbed; prelims foxed, particularly the title-pages; a good copy.
Book ID: 28941

Physical Description

3 vols, 8vo, 19th century brown half sheep, marbled-paper boards, gilt rules and lettering. Without the half-titles and publisher's advertisements.


One of several novels by the intrepid traveler and travel writer, Amelia B. Edwards (1831-92), the story of "a penniless aristocratic brilliant young musician [who] redeems his family lands and makes a fortune by running the Union blockade into southern ports, and then marries a rich merchant's daughter who worships rank, instead of a charming young daughter of an artist, with whom he had been in love. A very good novel." - Wolff. From the library of Larry McMurtry, with his bookplate on the front paste-downs.

Price: $350.00

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