Title: Early Scottish Ballads with Essay on ...
Publisher: Charles Griffin and Company, London
Publication Date: 1864
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket
Edition: First Edition.
Some rubbing to leather at joints and at ends of spine. Hinges cracked at endpapers. Some leaves unopened. No signatures. Light dampstains to margins of title page. A few spots of foxing.; xi, , 354 pages. Quarter leather binding with gilt rule on spine. Spine title: "The Legendary and Romantic Ballads of Scotland / Mackay". Page dimensions: 170 x 107mm. The ballads include: The Battle of Otterbourne; Bonnie George Campbell; The Song of the Outlaw Murray; Sir Hugh; or, the Jew's Daughter; The Laird o'Logie; or, May Margaret; Fine Flowers i' the Valley; The Wife of Usher's Well; Fause Foodrage; The Fire of Frendraught; The Broom blooms Bonnie and says it is Fair; The Lament of the Border Widow; The Mermaid; The Wee, Wee Man; & many other.; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 6475
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