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Thoughts for the Thoughtful by Old Humphrey

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Product description

Small format, brown calf hard covers now slightly rubbed; gilt titles on the spine, gilt decoration on spine and both boards. Gilt page edges all round. Spine is cracked after the title page otherwise the binding is tight. Some damp stains on the pastedowns and first/last free endpapers. Beautifully calligraphed dedication on the second free endpaper dated 1850. No other inscriptions. Short chapters on a variety of themes, with an overall Christian message. The pseudonym Old Humphrey was used by George Mogridge, a prolific 19th century writer, poet and author of children’s books.

Item details

Added value:
Calf covered hard covers decorated with gilt
Author(s):
Mogridge, George
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
14.5cm x 9.5cm
Edition:
c1842
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
280
Publisher:
The Religious Tract Society

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Small format, brown calf hard covers now slightly rubbed; gilt titles on the spine, gilt decoration on spine and both boards. Gilt page edges all round. Spine is cracked after the title page otherwise the binding is tight. Some damp stains on the pastedowns and first/last free endpapers. Beautifully calligraphed dedication on the second free endpaper dated 1850. No other inscriptions. Short chapters on a variety of themes, with an overall Christian message. The pseudonym Old Humphrey was used by George Mogridge, a prolific 19th century writer, poet and author of children’s books.

Added value:
Calf covered hard covers decorated with gilt
Author(s):
Mogridge, George
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
14.5cm x 9.5cm
Edition:
c1842
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
280
Publisher:
The Religious Tract Society

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