Ireland, Scotland, and England. By J. G. Kohl. London: Chapman & Hall, 1844. iv, , 202; , 248; , 100 pp. 3 vols. bound in one with a title page, an introductory preface and contents pages regarding all three in vol. and individual title pages to vols. 2 and 3. 8vo. Ex library with usual markings. Contemporary green cloth with gilt titling to spine. Red painted edges. Pages bright and clean with library markings only on the front endpapers and verso of title page. Previous owner’s signature on title page recto. Binding slightly bumped and chipped at extremities, with a sticker ghost and stain to the heel where the shelfmark presumably was.
Kohl, J. G., Ireland, Scotland, and England, Chapman & Hall, 1844
PSALMANAZAR, George., Memoirs of ****. Commonly known by the Name of George Psalmanazar; a Reputed Native of Formosa. Written by himself, In order to be published after his Death. Containing An Account of his Education, Travels, Adventures, Connections, Literary Productions, and pretended Conversion from Heathenism to Christianity; which last proved the Occasion of his being brought over into this Kingdom, and passing for a Proselyte, and a Member of the Church of England., Printed for the Executrix, 1764
Smith, J. Calvin., The Illustrated Hand-Book, a New Guide for Travelers Through the United States of America: Containing a Description of the States, Cities, Towns, Villages, Watering Places, Colleges, Etc., Etc.; with the Railroad, Stage, and Steamboat routes, the Distance, Sherman & Smith 1849