Dugdale's England And Wales Delineated. Edited By E. L. Blanchard.


A very good two volume set in matching half calf bindings, with 58 maps and 118 engravings. With small old auction label to the front board of volume one: "Messrs Balls & Balls, Auctioneers... Essex & Suffolk." Thick 8vo. 9.75" x 6.5" x 2.00". Brown calf corners and spine over marbled boards (scuffed). Both spines re-cased, preserving the original spines, with five raised bands and later black leather title and volume labels. Marbled endpapers and matching page edges. Vol. I. : [2pp.]/pp.2/[2pp.]/pp.812. Engraved frontis: "Interior of the House of Lords". Engraved title with large vignette of "Osborne, Isle Of Wight." Printed title. Illustrated with 22 double-page maps and 48 full-page engravings. Vol. II. : [2pp.]/pp.813 - 1582 . Engraved frontis of "Boston Church". Engraved title with large vingette of "The Birth Place Of The First Sir R. Peel." Printed title-page. Illustrated with 36 double-page maps, and 66 full-page engravings. Clean text throughout on lightly toned paper. Just intermittent foxing (mainly restricted to the backs of some of the engravings). A very good set. *** "Edward Litt Laman Blanchard, often referred to as E. L. Blanchard (11 December 1820 – 4 September 1889), was an English writer who is best known for his contributions to the Drury Lane pantomime. He began writing plays and other literature to support himself as a teenager after his father died. He soon became a prolific creator of dramas and eventually gained critical acclaim for his works. He also served as a newspaper drama critic and mentored other writers." - See Wikipedia

Title: Dugdale's England And Wales Delineated. Edited By E. L. Blanchard.

Author Name: BLANCHARD, E. L. (Edward Litt Laman Blanchard 1820-1889) / [ DUGDALE, Thomas / BURNETT, William ] .

Categories: 19TH CENTURY,

Publisher: London: L. Tallis, [no date -c. 1860]. 0:

ISBN Number: 0

Seller ID: 45539

Keywords: 47069 dugdale topography tallis great britain england wales burnett A17255 TOPOGRAPHY::19TH CENTURY,