By Colonel E. B. Hamley
Edinburgh   William Blackwood and Sons
7" by 5" [4], 1-75, [3]pp.
A scarce edition in book form of this illustrated philosophical essay by Colonel E. B. Hamley.
By Colonel E. B. Hamley

1872 Our Poor Relations: A Philosophic Essay

Edinburgh   William Blackwood and Sons
7" by 5" [4], 1-75, [3]pp.
A scarce edition in book form of this illustrated philosophical essay by Colonel E. B. Hamley.
£75.00
: 0.5kgs / : 771A54

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Early Edition, Illustrated, Publishers' Original Binding, Scarce

Our Poor Relations is a philosophical essay by Colonel Edward Bruce Hamley, originally published in 'Blackwood Magazine.' 

A fascinating essay reflecting the author's compassion for animals and his horror for their abuse. Looking at the relationship between humans and animals. In this volume, he condemns vivisection and the collecting of moths. 

Illustrated with a frontispiece and four full plates, as well as a few illustrations in text by Ernest Griset.

Condition

In the original publisher's cloth binding with illustration in gilt to the front board. Externally very smart with only minor shelf wear and a slight bumping to the head and tail of the spine. With a minor mark to the front board. Internally, firmly bound. The pages are bright and clean. Illustrated with a frontispiece and four full plates and a few in text illustrations.

Very Good

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