THE FIELD OF BLOUD: OR REBELLION BLAZONED IN ALL IT'S COLOURS, IN A LIVELY REPRESENTATION [GROUND UPON FACT], OF THE FATAL CONSEQUENCES OF INABILITY IN A PRINCE, EXHORBITANT AMBITION IN THE NOBILITY, AND LICENTIOUS INSOLENCE IN THE COMMONS

By: edited by Edmund Goldsmid

Price: $37.55

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Good in Fair dust jacket


Collectanea Adamantaea; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 36 pages; The Field of Bloud: or Rebellion Blazoned in all It's Colours, In a Lively Representation [Ground Upon Fact], of the fatal Consequences of Inability in a Prince, Exhorbitant Ambition in the Nobility, and Licentious Insolence in the Commons This is the original printing produced in printed vellum dustwrappers. This is one of a series that was edited by Edmund Goldsmid, mostly from previously unpublished original manuscripts, both historical narratives and literature and , it is said, in small editions of only 75-275. Text edges uncut [unopened]. Provenance- From the notable rare book collection of collector Alex M Hudnut with penciled shelf notation from him [or his assistant]. Partially printed in red and black. Vellum dust wrapper is darkened and tattered with a split along the spine, book is VG. Worldcat locates 6 copies.

Title: THE FIELD OF BLOUD: OR REBELLION BLAZONED IN ALL IT'S COLOURS, IN A LIVELY REPRESENTATION [GROUND UPON FACT], OF THE FATAL CONSEQUENCES OF INABILITY IN A PRINCE, EXHORBITANT AMBITION IN THE NOBILITY, AND LICENTIOUS INSOLENCE IN THE COMMONS

Author Name: edited by Edmund Goldsmid

Categories: Private Press,

Publisher: Edinburgh, Privately Printed: 1887

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good in Fair dust jacket

Seller ID: 29360