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More information about this seller Contact this seller 8. Published by Charles H Kelly About this Item: Charles H Kelly, Contains black and white frontispiece. Rough cut pages. FRont free endpaper ripped out.

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Previous owner's inscription to half title page. Occasional dog-eared corners. Boards have noticeable edgewear with corner bumping. Dents and water marks to both boards. Red ink marks to front board. Visible tanning to spine and edges with some crushing to spine ends.

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Slightly bowed. General rub wear all over.

More information about this seller Contact this seller 9. Published by Thd Epworth Press London Dust jacket is clipped, but nice, no chipping. Book has previous owners name on end paper, otherwise clean. More information about this seller Contact this seller Blue cloth with blind-debossed lettering to front and gold lettering to spine. Pages remain clear with moderate tanning and foxing throughout, some occasional marking heavier towards the edges.

Light foxing to edges of the text block. Binding is good and all pages are secure. Boards are moderately marked and have wear to edges, bumping to corners, some crushing and fraying to spine. Tanning to spine. Seller Inventory MHA. About this Item: John Broadbanks Publishing , First edition. Black cloth, pp. A good copy in like jacket. Seller Inventory m Pictorial dust jacket over blue cloth with silver lettering. Loss to jacket lower spine end.

Fairly bright pages with light tanning and foxing to endpapers and page edges. Clipping to front endpaper, with grey rubbing and a few small nicks to text block edges. Occasional finger marking throughout.

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Slight tanning along spine and board edges. Noticeably bowed. Mild rub wear to surfaces and edges with crushing to spine ends and minor bumps to corners. Chipped dust jacket has a few tiny creases, scuffs and small tears. Light tanning and foxing. Rubbing with shelf wear. Price clipped. No Jacket. Blue cloth boards with gilt lettering. Pages are slightly tanned with light cracking to hinges exposing netting, moderate foxing to text block edges and inside. Pen inscription to the ffep.

Binding is firm with light corner bumping and bleaching to the warped boards. Spine has light shelf wear and tanning.


Nice Copy. Book is clean and binding good. Jacket is clipped. Slight chipping at spine top. Previous owners name on end paper. Condition: Near Fine. From: Florence books Salisbury,. A clean, tight copy in clean, blue cloth. Minimal wear. No insc. Occasional light foxing. Published by Charles H. Kelly About this Item: Charles H. Kelly, His George Augustus Selwyn was published in He wrote a biographical series for the Hobart Mercury , which in 40 years covered persons; in he contributed editorials to the Mercury and the Melbourne Age.

Boreham's 80 publications, including religious works, homiletic essays and novels, sold over one million copies. Some were written around Mosgiel people, and one character, John Broadbanks, closely resembled the author. The Broadbanks Dispensary in Bengal, India, was established from proceeds of this series. Other writings were woven around everyday problems, with literary references to English writers and Australians such as Marcus Clarke , Henry Lawson and C.

Dennis ; most originated as sermons to responsive congregations. In he published his autobiography, My Pilgrimage. He retired from that charge in to tour North America and Britain, where his writings were well known. For many years he conducted Wednesday lunch-hour services at Scots Church, Melbourne. In he made another preaching tour abroad.