2 edition of maid of Clandeboye found in the catalog.
maid of Clandeboye
A. A. Scott
|Other titles||Ulster romance of the 16th century|
|Statement||by A.A. Scott ; with 5 illustrations from original drawings by W. Ellis.|
|Contributions||Ellis, W., ill.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||76 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
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Available now at - Hardcover - 1st ed C. Scott Belfast - - Book Condition: Near Fine - 1st Edition - Crown8vo, 76 p. Three illustrations plus two on the title.
Original red blind stamped cloth, gilt. Slight fading to the backstrip, light foxing to the pastedowns otherwise a near fine copy. Note, this is a complex book with the title at the end.
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Scott, A.A: The Maid of Clandeboye, An Ulster Romance of the Sixteenth Century in 3 Cantos. Belfast: Pub. by C.V.H. Scott, Hydebank by cms. 76 pp, original red boards, v.g. With five illustrations by W. Ellis. a Scarce item. Privately published by the author. Some handwritten notes on the rear endpaper about the Cavehill.
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