1843-1844 The Attache; or, Sam Slick in England
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Early Edition, First Edition, Publishers' Original Binding
Present here are the 1843 two volume second edition of the first series, and the 1844 two volume first edition of the second series.
The work of Nova Scotian politician, judge, and author, recognised as the first international best-selling author of fiction from what is now Canada.
First appearing in the 1837 work 'The Clockmaker', Haliburton's work details the continued adventures of American parliamentarian and judge Sam Slick, with these works of humorous social commentary following him to England.
Both first series volume retain their original half titles.
In the publisher's original cloth bindings. Bumping to spine heads and tails, with fading to back strips. Small loss of cloth to series I volume I back strip head. Second series hinges strained, but generally firmly held. Internally, firmly bound. Pages bright and generally clean, with only the odd spot.
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