History / History- Local /  The History of Margaret Catchpole by Rev. Richard Cobbold. Rev. Richard Cobbold.           Simms and M'Intyre 1852.Parlour Library edition  (story  first written in 1847) green boards; 368 pages . A work  woven around the true story of a Suffolk  smuggler's lover who was eventually deported to Australia . William Laud  smuggled contraband  along the Suffolk coast in the Orford area. The cottage where Margaret Catchpole lived still stands in Brandeston , Suffolk. Cobbold dedicated this edition  to The Marchoness Cornwallis. Condition; cover spine  re-enforced ; front end paper& following page   detached; two pages of another edition of this title- possibly earlier- were pinned to the title page - with resulting rusty pin marks - the two pages are enclosed  in the book. page edges curled and darkened. all pages present - a few  lightly  brown- spotted ; overall condition acceptable , collectable and rare.                                    used books
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  • Book Title: The History of Margaret Catchpole
  • Author: Rev. Richard Cobbold.
  • ISBN: mw0010086
  • Publisher: Simms and M'Intyre
  • Year Published: 1852
  • Our Normal Price: £43.31 GBP ($0.00 USD)
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  • Description: Simms and M'Intyre 1852.Parlour Library edition (story first written in 1847) green boards; 368 pages . A work woven around the true story of a Suffolk smuggler's lover who was eventually deported to Australia . William Laud smuggled contraband along the Suffolk coast in the Orford area. The cottage where Margaret Catchpole lived still stands in Brandeston , Suffolk. Cobbold dedicated this edition to The Marchoness Cornwallis. Condition; cover spine re-enforced ; front end paper& following page detached; two pages of another edition of this title- possibly earlier- were pinned to the title page - with resulting rusty pin marks - the two pages are enclosed in the book. page edges curled and darkened. all pages present - a few lightly brown- spotted ; overall condition acceptable , collectable and rare.
  • Condition: Collectable- Acceptable
  • Dustcover: No
  • Binding: Hardback
  • Type: Used Books

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