Thomas Leland - The History of Ireland from the Invasion of Henry II - 1773

Description
Thomas Leland - The History of Ireland from the Invasion of Henry II - 1773
History - Quantity: 3 - Book

With a Preliminary Discourse of the
Antient State of that Kingdom.

"From the library of C. F. Kennedy
grand- daughter of Lady Augusta Gregory, Coole Park,
Co. Galway, friend to W. B. Yates."

The set was originally presented in 1869 to
Rockwell College, Cashal, Co Tipperary,
by R. W. Butler Suirville, Tipperary.
The Butlers of Suirville were direct descendants
of the Dukes of Ormond.

A unique set in itself.

Full tree-calf with gilt morocco titles.
Gilt lin panels with edge dentelles.
Colour page-blocks.
Library stamps and provenance detail on the inside.

Volume I.

[4], 516 pages.
Small tear on corner of page 99.

Volume II.

[4], 516 pages.

Volume III.

[4], 664 pages.
29 page double-column index, [1].

Some ware to covers.
Covers have been strengthened.


Shipped and insured [standard liability] by recorded delivery.

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Lot details
Object
Book
Number of Books
3
Subject
History
Author/ Illustrator
Thomas Leland
Book Title
The History of Ireland from the Invasion of Henry II
Condition
Good
Publication year oldest item
1773
Edition
1st Edition
Language
English
Original language
Yes
Publisher
J. Nourse., The Strand, London
Binding/ Material
Leather
Dimensions
28×23 cm
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