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Maturin, The Irish Chieftain, 1848  

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The Irish Chieftain: or, The Isles of Life and Death

Maturin, Edward


R. Griffin



316 pp. (8vo) 16.6x10.3 cm (6½x4"), original blind-stamped purple cloth, lettered in gilt on spine. First Edition.

OCLC records five copies, but only one in the U.S.A. (Illinois). One of several novels by Edward Maturin, son of the Irish novelist Charles Robert Maturin, a swashbuckling historical tale with apparently no foundation in fact. Bookplate. 

Lot Amendments

Moderate wear, spine panel chipped at head with a few tears, edges and corners worn, cup ring on cover; occasional spots, mild toning; about very good.

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