The Rebecca Riots. A Study in Agrarian Discontent.

By: Williams David

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Book Condition: Good with no dust jacket

Good blue cloth-covered boards. The spine is faded, some patching to the front cover and a couple of corners lightly 'bumped', but the covers are sound. Some uniform tanning/browning to the page fore-edges/paper, and some light spotting/patching to an odd page here and there in the text block, but overall internally the book is generally clean, tight and bright. A former owners' neat name and date to the front free endpaper o/w NO other Inscriptions or Marks. (viii) + (4) + 377pp. Illustrated in b/w with 9 plates and 5 maps. Overall, apart from the minor flaws as noted above, this is a good sound copy of the first edition of this now classic work. "The Rebecca Riots in West Wales began in the summer of 1839. They ceased as suddenly as they had started, and for three and a half years the countryside was undisturbed. Then, in the winter of 1842, they broke out again with greater violence. By day the countryside seemed quiet, but at night fantastically disguised horsemen, many dressed as women, careered along highways and through narrow lanes on their mysterious errands..." . See Images. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall

Title: The Rebecca Riots. A Study in Agrarian Discontent.

Author Name: Williams David

Categories: History & Politics. Churchill, Anglo-Welsh Literature. Welsh Interest, Wales/Welsh,

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: Cardiff, University of Wales Press: 1955

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 119608

Keywords: The Rebecca Riots. A Study In Agrarian Discontent. By David Williams. 1st 1955. The Rebecca Riots In West Wales Began In The Summer Of 1839. Later In The Winter Of 1842, They Broke Out Again With Greater Violence By Day The Countryside Seemed Quiet, But At Night Fantastically Disguised Horsemen, Many Dressed As Women, Careered Along Highways And Through Narrow Lanes On Their Mysterious Errands... 1st Edition 1955.