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[Frederic Condé Williams]

Title The Terrible Tale of a Lion (from Victor Hugo) With other Paraphrases and Poems. Chiefly about Childhood and Children by a Colonial Judge.
Publisher Birmingham Martin Billing
Date n.d.
Book ID 37237
First Edition  


Not dated. Inscribed 1900. Original paper covered boards printed in red and black. Landscape format, 14x11cm., one copy in COPAC. Internally very clean and tight. Stain and a few tears to upper board. Published for Private Circulation. Used; Very Good Collection of stories adapted from the French with poems by Frederic Condé Williams (author of 'Journalistic Jumbles or Trippings in Type'). F. Condé Williams, a vicar's son from Sheffield, made a career in journalism and law. He later became a judge in the Colonial service (Mauritius and Jamaica). Author's presentation copy to Mrs Cornbridge.
Price: £50.00