Arts / Antique & Vintage Books / The Misers Daughter book the first by William Harrison Ainsworth William Harrison Ainsworth Parry and Company, Leadenhall Street London 1848: publishers brown boards with indented geometric borders and gilt decoration to front: approximately 6 x 9.75 inches tall: 396 pages: 20 illustrations by George Cruickshank. Synopsis: Book the first of a three volume novel, set in London during the Jacobite period of the 18th century  featuring the miserly Mr Scarve and a miscellany of colourful characters. The Cruickshank illustrations are entitled as follows:  Randolph Crew delivering the packet to Mr Scarve. Randolph Crew introduced to Beau Villiers on the Mall. Sir Buckley Price bringing  the mortgage money to Mr Scarve. Hildas visit to Abel Beachcroft. The folly on the Thames. Randolphs interview with Cordwell Firebrass in the cloisters of Westminster Abbey. The miser discovering the loss of the mortgage money. Randolph refusing to drink the Kings Health Over the Water. The Jacobite club pursued by the guard. Mr Cripps encountering his master in  Marylebone Gardens. The masquerade in Ranelagh Gardens. Randolph and Hilder dancing in the Rotunda at Ranelagh. The supper at Vauxhall. The duel in Tothhill Fields. The discovery of the mysterious packet. Randolph defending himself against Philip Frewin and his myrmidons. Mr Cripps detected. Abel Beachcroft discovering the body of the miser in the cellar . Dispersion of the Jacobite club, and death of Cordwell Firebrass. Marriage of Randolph and Hilda. Condition: some age wear to cover with restoration to lower spine and lower section of the title page: Corners, edges and spine ends bumped: page edging darkened from age: overall clean, acceptable and collectable. used books
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  • Book Title: The Misers Daughter book the first
  • Author: William Harrison Ainsworth
  • ISBN: MWB010708
  • Publisher: Parry and Company
  • Year Published: 1848
  • Our Normal Price: £60.50 GBP ($0.00 USD)
  • 10% Discounted Price: £54.45 GBP ($0.00 USD)
  • Description: Parry and Company, Leadenhall Street London 1848: publishers brown boards with indented geometric borders and gilt decoration to front: approximately 6 x 9.75 inches tall: 396 pages: 20 illustrations by George Cruickshank. Synopsis: Book the first of a three volume novel, set in London during the Jacobite period of the 18th century featuring the miserly Mr Scarve and a miscellany of colourful characters. The Cruickshank illustrations are entitled as follows: Randolph Crew delivering the packet to Mr Scarve. Randolph Crew introduced to Beau Villiers on the Mall. Sir Buckley Price bringing the mortgage money to Mr Scarve. Hildas visit to Abel Beachcroft. The folly on the Thames. Randolphs interview with Cordwell Firebrass in the cloisters of Westminster Abbey. The miser discovering the loss of the mortgage money. Randolph refusing to drink the Kings Health Over the Water. The Jacobite club pursued by the guard. Mr Cripps encountering his master in Marylebone Gardens. The masquerade in Ranelagh Gardens. Randolph and Hilder dancing in the Rotunda at Ranelagh. The supper at Vauxhall. The duel in Tothhill Fields. The discovery of the mysterious packet. Randolph defending himself against Philip Frewin and his myrmidons. Mr Cripps detected. Abel Beachcroft discovering the body of the miser in the cellar . Dispersion of the Jacobite club, and death of Cordwell Firebrass. Marriage of Randolph and Hilda. Condition: some age wear to cover with restoration to lower spine and lower section of the title page: Corners, edges and spine ends bumped: page edging darkened from age: overall clean, acceptable and collectable.
  • Condition: See Above
  • Dustcover: No
  • Binding: Hardback
  • Type: Used Books

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