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Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin, 1884. First edition (Wright III, 5919; "Opinions of Americans and Englishmen of each other"). Original brown cloth, gilt-lettered on the spine and front, 446 pp., 6 leaves of ads bound at the end. Richard Grant White, from a prominent New York family, was a journalist, music critic, Shakespeare scholar, and anglophile. He was the father of the architect Stanford White. Old bookplate of a resident of Red Bluff, California, and his stamp on the bottom edge; most edges lightly rubbed, the spine ends moderately. Contemporary bookseller sticker (Henry K. Van Siclen, New York) on the rear pastedown. A Very Good copy, and scarce.
Title: The Fate of Mansfield Humphreys.
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