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Life and Death of John Mytton Esq

£49.99

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The Life and Death of John Mytton Esq of Halston Shropshire. Formerly MP for Shrewsbury High Sheriff for the counties of Salop and Merioneth and Major of the North Shropshire Yeomanry Cavalry. Includes notices of his hunting racing shooting driving and extravagant exploits by Nimrod. Nimrod being the pseudonym of Charles James Apperley. The story of the Regency rake and eccentric John Mad Jack Mytton whose colourful life included being expelled twice from school and election as an MP when he spent only thirty minutes in the House of
Commons after finding the debates boring. Fourth edition published by George Routledge and Sons of The Broadway Ludgate Hill.  Preface
to the first edition 1835 by Nimrod with an introductory Notice. names and
addresses of two separate owners at front the address of one being on the
subjects family seat of Halston Hall. Red boards with black embossed sporting illustrations
to front and spine. gilt title to front and spine. 234 pages over four Parts. 17 tissue protected aquatint sporting plates and frontispiece by H Alken and T
J Rawlings.  Boards stained and edges
bumped. spine worn at top and bottom. page edges browned. two detached illustrations
but both present. spotting and foxing to tissue guards and some pages but fair
condition overall.

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Author(s):
Nimrod
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
4th
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
234
Publisher:
George Routledge and sons

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The Life and Death of John Mytton Esq of Halston Shropshire. Formerly MP for Shrewsbury High Sheriff for the counties of Salop and Merioneth and Major of the North Shropshire Yeomanry Cavalry. Includes notices of his hunting racing shooting driving and extravagant exploits by Nimrod. Nimrod being the pseudonym of Charles James Apperley. The story of the Regency rake and eccentric John Mad Jack Mytton whose colourful life included being expelled twice from school and election as an MP when he spent only thirty minutes in the House of
Commons after finding the debates boring. Fourth edition published by George Routledge and Sons of The Broadway Ludgate Hill.  Preface
to the first edition 1835 by Nimrod with an introductory Notice. names and
addresses of two separate owners at front the address of one being on the
subjects family seat of Halston Hall. Red boards with black embossed sporting illustrations
to front and spine. gilt title to front and spine. 234 pages over four Parts. 17 tissue protected aquatint sporting plates and frontispiece by H Alken and T
J Rawlings.  Boards stained and edges
bumped. spine worn at top and bottom. page edges browned. two detached illustrations
but both present. spotting and foxing to tissue guards and some pages but fair
condition overall.

Author(s):
Nimrod
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
4th
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
234
Publisher:
George Routledge and sons

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