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Category: Fiction: Historical: Eighteenth Century Hist Fiction
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Click for larger image 1. Raddall, Thomas H.  

Publisher: Doubleday & Co., Garden City, NY, 1960
Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. Book Club (BCE/BOMC). 1. Hard Cover Hardcover with dust jacket. Publisher's full beige cloth, gilt (blue) lettering on spine, fore-edge deckle. TEG (blue). 8vo. 474 pp. This is an unopened, unmarked copy. The volume is in virtually perfect condition, except for a very light old dampstain on the rear endpaper only. The dust jacket is lightly chipped, has some minor staining on the rear panel and the spine is lightly sunned. FINE/NEAR FINE. A Biographical novel of Frances Wentworth, whose husband, John Wentworth, governed Nova Scotia but could not govern her!. Set in the turbulent years around the American Revolution, this novel tells the story of an ambitious and ruthless woman who yearned for power and money and the prestige that a title could bing her. Book Club Edition. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall
Item number: 4970
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Appr.: | AUD 9.39 | CAD 9.27 | EUR 6.56 | GBP 5.50 | JPY 695 | MXN 116 | ZAR 99 |
Click for larger image 2. Reade, Charles  

Publisher: Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago, N.D.
Very Good with no dust jacket. Reprint. 1. Hard Cover Publisher's full green cloth, gilt lettering and elaborate reverse-gilt floral decoration on spine and cover. nd (cir. 1901). 16mo. 244 pp. Illustrated with frontispiece portrait of the author. VERY GOOD. Peg Woffington was born in Dublin in 1714. Her charm and beauty as a child attracted attention, and at the age of 10 she acted in the role of Polly Peachum in The Beggar`s Opera. She made her first important appearance in Dublin in 1737 as Ophelia and followed it with her greatest role, the male role of Sir Harry Windair in Farquhar`s Constant Couple, which in 1740 led to her engagement by John Rich for Covent Garden. She was Garrick`s leading lady in London and Dublin from 174248. Her attachment to Garrick was the most publicized of her numerous affairs. She retired in 1757 due to ill health. She was best suited for comedy, although her grace and vivacity helped to overcome the harshness of her voice in tragic roles. This Charles Reade novel, and his play Masks and Faces are based on her life. Gift inscription on front endpaper. Heel and head of spine slightly worn. Spine slightly cracked. B&W Frontispiece. 16mo - over 5" - 6" tall. 244 pp
Item number: 6472
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Appr.: | AUD 26.96 | CAD 26.60 | EUR 18.82 | GBP 15.78 | JPY 1995 | MXN 332 | ZAR 285 |

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