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The History of Margaret Catchpole - A Suffolk Girl

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William Nicholson & Sons Limited. 
Rev Richard Cobbold.

The eventful life of a Suffolk girl, a servant to the Cobbold family, who stole a horse and was sentenced to death.  This was later commuted to transportation to Australia.   The author was a son of the family. 

Hardback. Dark green cloth with decorative gilt and blind embossing on front and spine.  Undated, but probably end of 19th century.  Publisher's list at end. 

Condition.  Good, considering age.  Pages tanned.  Gift inscription dated 1923  in ink, opposite title page.  Discolouration of front and back endpapers. 

Item details

Author(s):
Rev Richard Cobbold.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
185 x 120 mm
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
336
Publisher:
William Nicholson & Sons Limited.
Title:
The History of Margaret Catchpole - A Suffolk Girl

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William Nicholson & Sons Limited. 
Rev Richard Cobbold.

The eventful life of a Suffolk girl, a servant to the Cobbold family, who stole a horse and was sentenced to death.  This was later commuted to transportation to Australia.   The author was a son of the family. 

Hardback. Dark green cloth with decorative gilt and blind embossing on front and spine.  Undated, but probably end of 19th century.  Publisher's list at end. 

Condition.  Good, considering age.  Pages tanned.  Gift inscription dated 1923  in ink, opposite title page.  Discolouration of front and back endpapers. 

Author(s):
Rev Richard Cobbold.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
185 x 120 mm
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
336
Publisher:
William Nicholson & Sons Limited.
Title:
The History of Margaret Catchpole - A Suffolk Girl

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