Title: THE LAND OF THE BEY
Publisher: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington
Edition: 1st Edition
1882 London, 1st edn, 312pp, no illustrations Very good condition, original green cloth, no fading or cuts or nicks. Corners very slightly worn. Author traveled through French Tunisia. Sir Thomas Wemyss Reid, was born in New Castle in 1842. He was a novelist and biographer, and after being connected with various provincial newspapers came to London in 1887 as manager for the well-known publisher Cassell and Co. In 1890 till 1899 he was editor of The Speaker. Among his more permanent writings are The Land of the Bey (1882), Gladys Fane (1883), and Lives of W.E. Forster (1888), and Lords Houghton (1891), and Playfair (1899), and William Black (1902). He was knighted in 1894. He died in 1905. This rare account is almost never found in original first edition. Very good condition, original green cloth, no fading or cuts or nicks. Corners very slightly worn. 1882 London, 1st edn, 312pp, no illustrations. Bookseller Inventory # 5023
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