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History Of Micheldever

£105.00

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245 pp. 1924 1st edition. Good. Red cloth boards, gilt titles to spine. Covers mostly clean, with fraying to some edges, particularly head and tail of spine. 10 cm long stain to spine. Bumped spine tail and head, and cover corners. Block is mostly clean, with normal discolouration due to age. Block remains tight. Front and end papers show only minimal foxing. Name of a previous owner to half-title page. Pages throughout are secure, clean, with no tears, markings or annotations noted. A fold out map in excellent condition is adhered to rear FEP, reflecting an estate map of 1757.

Micheldever village and the parish centre, is sited 4 miles to the north east of Winchester in Hampshire. This delightful piece of english local history was pieced together by local vicar Alfred Milner in the 1920's, and amongst many aspects, he records that the parish has the honour of having been the home of two Lord Chancellors of England - Hamulton, Chancellor to Edward I in 1285 and Wriothesley, Chancellor to Henry VIII in 1540.

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Author(s):
Milner, Alfred B
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
22 x 14.5 cms
Edition:
1924 1st edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
245
Publisher:
Herbert Clarke, Paris

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245 pp. 1924 1st edition. Good. Red cloth boards, gilt titles to spine. Covers mostly clean, with fraying to some edges, particularly head and tail of spine. 10 cm long stain to spine. Bumped spine tail and head, and cover corners. Block is mostly clean, with normal discolouration due to age. Block remains tight. Front and end papers show only minimal foxing. Name of a previous owner to half-title page. Pages throughout are secure, clean, with no tears, markings or annotations noted. A fold out map in excellent condition is adhered to rear FEP, reflecting an estate map of 1757.

Micheldever village and the parish centre, is sited 4 miles to the north east of Winchester in Hampshire. This delightful piece of english local history was pieced together by local vicar Alfred Milner in the 1920's, and amongst many aspects, he records that the parish has the honour of having been the home of two Lord Chancellors of England - Hamulton, Chancellor to Edward I in 1285 and Wriothesley, Chancellor to Henry VIII in 1540.

Due to value, this book may incur extra delivery charges. You will be asked to confirm any additional charges before your order is finalised.

Author(s):
Milner, Alfred B
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
22 x 14.5 cms
Edition:
1924 1st edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
245
Publisher:
Herbert Clarke, Paris

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