Title: Do Nought Without A Bishop: Life Of Henry ...
Publisher: The Timaru Herald Company (1956), Timaru
Publication Date: 1956
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket
Edition: First Edition.
Owner's inscription. Loss of paper to front free endpaper, where tape has been removed? Some rubbing and creasing to paper spine. Some spotting to wrappers. ; (117) pages + plates. Printed card wrappers. Page dimensions: 216mm x 135mm. "One hundred years ago, on December 23, 1856, the first Bishop of Christchurch, Henry John Chitty Harper, and his wife and family, arrived at Lyttelton. To commemorate this occasion, and to present an outline of the ecclesiastical and family life of Henry John Chitty Harper to his many descendants, this narrative has been written." - from the preface. ; 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 7749
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