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Social Morality

£80.00

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Social Morality Twenty-one lectures delivered in the University of Cambridge. 1869. A chance to own a book that was a personal possession of Charles Kingsley (1819-1875). The author Frederick Denison Maurice was a sort of mentor to Kingsley and the two were personal friends. This copy is inscribed "From the Author" though without adding his name, and thus apparently presented to Charles Kingsley who pasted his bookplate onto the inside of the front cover. A later owner of the book, C M Hallett, wrote "In memory of Charles and Fanny Kingsley" on the FEP, and below added the date Jan 7 / 92. CK's widow Fanny had died just a few weeks earlier (12 Dec 1891). The book itself is in good condition with a little wear to the hinges and bumping of the corners and spine ends; the pages are unmarked and clean.

Item details

Author(s):
F. D. Maurice
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
483
Publisher:
Macmillan
Title:
Social Morality

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Social Morality Twenty-one lectures delivered in the University of Cambridge. 1869. A chance to own a book that was a personal possession of Charles Kingsley (1819-1875). The author Frederick Denison Maurice was a sort of mentor to Kingsley and the two were personal friends. This copy is inscribed "From the Author" though without adding his name, and thus apparently presented to Charles Kingsley who pasted his bookplate onto the inside of the front cover. A later owner of the book, C M Hallett, wrote "In memory of Charles and Fanny Kingsley" on the FEP, and below added the date Jan 7 / 92. CK's widow Fanny had died just a few weeks earlier (12 Dec 1891). The book itself is in good condition with a little wear to the hinges and bumping of the corners and spine ends; the pages are unmarked and clean.

Author(s):
F. D. Maurice
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
483
Publisher:
Macmillan
Title:
Social Morality

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