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The Works George John WHYTE-MELVILLE
London: Ward Lock & Co., 1880’s. Mostly New or Later Editions. The works of George John Whyte-Melville. APPROXIMATELY 7 INCHES TALL. In 27 Volumes, as follows: Katerfelto Sister Louise The Interpreter Cerise Tilbury Nogo Riding Recollections Black but Comely Songs and Verses Digby Grand General Bounce The Gladiators Holmby House The Brookes of Bridlemere Market Harborough Roy's Wife The White Rose Kate Coventry Contraband Sarchedon Rosine Uncle John Bones and I Good for Nothing Satanella The Queen's Maries M or N The True Cross George John Whyte Melville was a Scottish novelist of the sporting-field and a poet. After translating horace in 1850, he published his first novel, Digby Grand, in 1853, which was a huge success. He went on to publish twenty-one novels. Whyte-Melville was a popular writer in the main genres, that of historical romance and hunting. He became a popular writer about hunting with most of his heroes or heroines active or would-be hunters. His work was said to inspire the novels of Henry Hawley Smart and the verse of John Woodcock Graves. Uniformly bound in half calf bindings. Externally, generally smart with rubbing and bumping to all volumes. Some sunning and wear to spines. Pages generally bright with foxing generally to the start and end of volumes. Approximately 7 inches tall. Condition Report Externally Spine – good condition – nice bright gilt, red title labels, a little wear with some wear to the gilt on a few volumes. Joints – good condition – worn but solid. Corners – good condition – worn and bumped. Boards – good condition – marbled. Page edge … [Click Below for Full Description]
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