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Brown boards with red titling to the spine. The cloth is discoloured in patches and to the edges from light exposure/age, but is very sound and tight and with no damage or edgewear. In a partial dust-jacket that is torn to the folds, etc, and with loss to the corners, and large patches missing on the spine. All tears now repaired to the reverse with clear archive tape and the d/j is now in a new protective clear - removable - bookfilm plastic cover and looks better. The page fore-edges are generally very clean but a little toned with age. Internally VERY Good. A former owner's name in ink on the top of the half title = Kenneth Bulkeley Schofield. A relation I assume, and a note on the paper opposite in the same hand, o/w NO marks inside - an excellent copy. Map endpapers. (viii) + 194 pp. 3 b/w illustrations. "This is an account of the life and Diaries of Mr William Bulkeley, an Anglesey squire if the mid-eighteenth century, whose daughter married a Maltser of Liverpool who afterwards turned out to be Smollett's 'Brave Corsair'... The Diary kept by Mr. Bulkeley is widely quoted by the Editor. But the telling of the story is his own." . William Bulkeley (1691-1760) , Brynddu, Llanfechell, Anglesey, was the son of William Bulkeley and Lettice Jones of Llangoed, and a descendant of Sir Richard Bulkeley of Baron Hill, Sheriff of Anglesey in 1596." . Quite scarce. See Images; The Oxford Bookshelf; 8vo 8" - 9" tall
Title: Mr. Bulkeley and the Pirate. A Welsh Diarist of the Eighteenth Century.
Publisher: London, Oxford University Press: 1941
Book Condition: Good in Poor dust jacket
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 114953
Keywords: Mr. Bulkeley And The Pirate. A Welsh Diarist Of The Eighteenth Century. William Bulkeley; (edited By) B. Dew Roberts; William Bulkeley (1691-1760), Brynddu, Llanfechell, Anglesey. He Was The Son Of William Bulkeley And Lettice Jones Of Llangoed, And A Descendant Of Sir Richard Bulkeley Of Baron Hill, Sheriff Of Anglesey In 1596. This Is An Account Of The Life And Diaries Of Mr William Bulkeley, An Anglesey Squire If The Mid-eighteenth Century, Whose Daughter Married A Maltser Of Liverpool Who Afterwards Turned Out To Be Smollett's 'brave Corsair'...