London: Chapman and Hall, 1866. First Edition. Octavo. Bound in red cloth with beveled edges, blind panelling to front and rear boards, and gilt titles to front board. Neatly respined with matching red cloth. Rubbed in places, with a dark mark on both front and rear boards. Gilt remains bright, and with the exception of negligible spotting to title page and rear free endpaper, text is clean. Includes armorial bookplate to front pastedown, "John Paley, Ampton. Cervus Non Servus", and bookbinders ticket to rear pastedown, "Bound by Burn, 37 and 38 Kirby Street". A work of non-fiction on the hierarchy of the Church of England written by one of its most famous satirists, published between The Small House At Allington and The Last Chronicle of Barset. Item #42945
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