London: Hurst and Blackett, 1898. First Edition. Octavo. pp. i, 360 . In publisher's olive-green cloth stamped in gilt to spine, with blocking in black to upper, edges untrimmed. Corners bumped and wear to edges. Spine heavily worn and wrinckled, gilding largely gone. Guttering to end-papers split, binding holding together. Even browning throughout, with a little spotting to earlier pages. Black ink stamps for St Maur's Covent, Weybridge, to prelims. Verging on Poor, with a good text block. Another collection of humourous essays, following the 1886 edition. Including chapters on topics such as 'The Exceptional Merit Attaching to the Things We Meant to Do', and 'The Inadvisability of Following Advice'. Item #45351
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