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1 HODDER, Edwin Cities of the World : Their Origin, Progress, and Present Aspect. 3 vols
Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co., 1882, 
HODDER, Edwin. Cities of the World : Their Origin, Progress, and Present Aspect. L: Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co., 1882. in three volumes. Pp. 320; 320; 312. Frontis + many illustrations and maps throughout. Large 8vo, maroon cloth with attractive gilt details and lettering of the cover illustrations to front cover and spine, pressed design to rear boards, all edges red speckled. Volume I: Constantinople, New York, Alexandria, Venice, Amsterdam, Melbourne and the Great Towns of Victoria, Paris, Rotterdam, Boston and Vienna. Volume II: San Francisco, Rouen, Madrid, Cairo, Toronto and Quebec, Marseilles, Calcutta, and the Cities of the Ganges, Munich and Nuremburg, St. Petersburg, Pekin, Lyons and Chicago. Volume III: Jerusalem, Brussels and the Cities of Belgium, Athens, Philadelphia, Moscow, Rome, Berlin, the cities of New Zealand, Geneva, Scandanavian cities and Florence. Slight wear to corners, previous owner's name to ffep, else vg. for the set 100.00

Price: 100.00 CDN
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2 HODDER, Edwin MANESSE, H. Sir George Burns, Bart. brown morocco with blind seal on front
1890, 
HODDER, Edwin, author of "The Life and Work of the Seventh Earl of Shaftesbury, K.G.," "The Life of Samuel Morley," Etc. Sir George Burns, Bart., His Times and Friends. With Etched Portrait. By H. Manesse. L.: Hosser and Stoughton, MDCCCXC [1890]. Pp [2], (1) - 528 [2], port. frontis. 8vo, brown morocco, slightly worn gilt lettering to spine, raised bands with gilt, blind seal to front, marbled endpapers with gilt decorative border, aeg, light foxing to endpapers, blue ribbon marker. This is the biography of the eminentnineteenth century Scottish businessman, philanthropist and one of the pri ncipal founders of the Cunard Line. It is a story of a life well lived withdedication to the teachings of Christ as it's central theme. Book plate to front paste-down, minor bumping to foredge of boards, slight splaying of r ear board, ow very good solid copy. 350.00

Price: 350.00 CDN
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