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Tales of the Genii."Sir C. Morell".1820.

£9.99

Product description

Sir Charles Morell, as explained in a brief memoir at the beginning of the first volume, was in fact the Rev. James Ridley., who used the format of "Tales from the East" to convey a slightly satirical but overall moralistic message about good Christian practice.

These two pocket size volumes, 10 x 16 cm. hardbacks, 334 pages each. were published in 1820, being a reprint from the 1760's. Says "London: printed for J.Booker; Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy; Rodwell & Martin; and G.&W.B. Whittaker."

They are in fair condition. Damage and repair to both spines.Spotting and marks throughout.Bindings secure, no loose or missing pages.Two engravings in each volume. One ex-libris plate at front of first book.

A real curiosity and a charming and elegant little publication.

Item details

Author(s):
Morell, Charles
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
10 x 16 cm.
Edition:
1820 reprint
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
668
Publisher:
See description
Title:
Tales of the Genii."Sir C. Morell".1820.

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Sir Charles Morell, as explained in a brief memoir at the beginning of the first volume, was in fact the Rev. James Ridley., who used the format of "Tales from the East" to convey a slightly satirical but overall moralistic message about good Christian practice.

These two pocket size volumes, 10 x 16 cm. hardbacks, 334 pages each. were published in 1820, being a reprint from the 1760's. Says "London: printed for J.Booker; Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy; Rodwell & Martin; and G.&W.B. Whittaker."

They are in fair condition. Damage and repair to both spines.Spotting and marks throughout.Bindings secure, no loose or missing pages.Two engravings in each volume. One ex-libris plate at front of first book.

A real curiosity and a charming and elegant little publication.

Author(s):
Morell, Charles
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
10 x 16 cm.
Edition:
1820 reprint
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
668
Publisher:
See description
Title:
Tales of the Genii."Sir C. Morell".1820.

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