Personal Remembrances of Sir Frederick Pollock Second Baronet Sometime Queen’s Remembrancer in Two Volumes Vol 1 and Vol 2 1887 First Edition from the libraries of Thomas Welsby and Manus Boyce

Pollock, Sir Frederick


Edition: 1st Edition
Date Published: 1887
Size: 2 volumes 8vo

Memoir by Sir Frederick Pollock (Second Baronet), author and prominent British barrister, who served as Queen’s Remembrancer (a long-standing judicial post in the British legal system), best known in literary circles for his translation of Dante; this copy from the library of Thomas Welsby (with Welsby’s book plate to front pastedown of both volumes), and later owned by Judge of the District Court of Queensland Manus Boyce (whose name-stamp appears to prelims and top text block in both volumes); 31 page Macmillan and Co. catalogue to rear of text; both volumes with med-heavy foxing to prelims, lighter to title pages, scattered foxing throughout; front endpaper vol 1 worn around edges; boards rubbed and scuffed (both vols) and with worn patches to front.

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